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:
- Log in to your cPanel account and enter the File Manager.
- Check the permissions of the public_html folder.
- If this shows as 0750, change this to 0755.
- 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.