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403 error

Thread began 7/22/2009 11:35 am by mike292921 | Last modified 7/22/2009 2:17 pm by Ray Borduin | 1519 views | 5 replies |

mike292921

403 error

Everything appears well local, but on my server when I try to upload all my images have 403 errors. Is it a setting I did wrong (I click image only and didn't supply a size left blank).

Thank You
Mike

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This is most likely a permissions error on the server where it isn't working. Make sure you have permissions to read, write, and execute in the uploaded directory as well as the default upload folder specified in your php.ini.

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mike292921

I see

I have yahoo webhosting, You can't change the php.ini with yahoo webhosting, what other options can you give me. That can be a disappointment.

I appreciate all the help you have been giving me and will remain a strong supporter of your products.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That isn't an update to the php.ini, that is an update to the read/write/execute permissions on your upload folder.

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mike292921

I see again

Ray,

I just create a new folder and named it something. Then I used the folder for the uploads. As far as on my server it offers private or public and I choose public. I still get the 403. I know the DFP extension is working fine because file actually upload.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Please post a support incident from the webassist web site. Somebody will have to debug to find the line of code causing the error.

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