403 error after cPanel migration

403 error after cPanel migration

This is a common issue, especially on WordPress websites. If you see a 403 error after you migrate a cPanel account or after you upload a backup of a website, try the following fix:

  1. Log in to your cPanel account and enter the File Manager.
  2. Check the permissions of the public_html folder.
  3. If this shows as 0750, change this to 0755.
  4. Try your website again to see if it works.

If you are still having issues, you may need to hire a developer to look into the problem.

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