403 is a HTTP status code that tells the user/application that they do not have permission to access the requested document/webpage.

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How to set up a 403 forbidden

I've recently set up my first commercial website for someone, with godaddy hosting. I want to set up a 403 forbidden on several directories (and their contents) that are referenced to through php ...
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When to reply 400 Bad Request

According to www.w3.org, a Web server should reply with status code 400 Bad Request if: "The request could not be understood by the server due to malformed syntax. The client SHOULD NOT repeat ...
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Apache rewrite returns error 500

I'm trying to figure out what I'm doing wrong with this .htaccess rewrite: Options -Indexes RewriteEngine on RewriteBase /test/site/ RewriteOptions MaxRedirects=10 RewriteCond ...
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Can a 403 error ever be client side?

I've got a well-established web application. It's working for lots of people with a variety of browsers and platforms. But, there's this one guy... He's getting a "403 Forbidden" on his side, I've ...
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Getting 403 Forbidden after changing webroot

I am running Ubuntu with Apache (LAMP stack). When I changed the webroot from /var/www to /media/data/www, I keep getting 403 Forbidden even after chmod-ing the directory + files to 777. What did I do ...