WordPress 403 Forbidden errors

The WordPress login page of one of the sites that I maintain was struck by the dreaded “Forbidden” error message earlier today.  I thought it was odd, because I knew I hadn’t changed anything. So after Googling about a bit, I came up with 3 consistent suggestions for what could be the problem. Folder/file permissions For…

Response headers – an update

I previously wrote about what response headers I was sending back from my website – now I have an update. Part of the problem was that extra headers were being sent, which I didn’t particularly want to be sent. So I’ve been working on getting rid of them. X-Hostname I believe this is added by…

Response headers

One thing that you need to decide when creating a site is what response headers to send when someone requests your page.  There are also a couple of different ways of sending them. Using .htaccess <IfModule mod_headers.c>   Header set Connection keep-alive </IfModule> Using PHP code header(“Connection: keep-alive”); So what headers am I setting on my…