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Mindovermaster    1,524

I tried putting some text in a page, but I is giving me a 403 error. According to this:

 

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403 Forbidden with Symbolic Links

If your webserver produces a "403 Forbidden error" page and you are using symbolic links, then make sure your Apache httpd.conf file has Options FollowSymLinks to allow symbolic links and that each directory leading up to your linked directory has +x permission for user running httpd.

 

Obviously, I did a link I wasn't even aware of...

 

So how can I get at this httpd.conf file? I am running off namecheap, so standard cPanel.

 

I'm an idiot when it comes to the web structure. Why I use programs like MediaWiki and WordPress.

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Mindovermaster    1,524
3 hours ago, Mindovermaster said:

I tried putting some text in a page, but I is giving me a 403 error. According to this:

 

 

Obviously, I did a link I wasn't even aware of...

 

So how can I get at this httpd.conf file? I am running off namecheap, so standard cPanel.

 

I'm an idiot when it comes to the web structure. Why I use programs like MediaWiki and WordPress.

 

Nevermind, was simple sticking text that broke it... :angry:

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On 24.11.2017 at 2:45 AM, Mindovermaster said:

I tried putting some text in a page, but I is giving me a 403 error. According to this:

 

 

Obviously, I did a link I wasn't even aware of...

 

So how can I get at this httpd.conf file? I am running off namecheap, so standard cPanel.

 

I'm an idiot when it comes to the web structure. Why I use programs like MediaWiki and WordPress.

write permissions are correct?

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