Hey guys and gals,
Newcomer here, and new to IT world as well. Recently overhauled company website, installed Wordpress. Same webhost and DNS. After the changes, visiting the website via the company network often receives the following error:
"Server Error 403 - Forbidden: Access is denied. You do not have permission to view this director or page using the credentials that you supplied."
But accessing the website from any other network location (i.e. home, not company network) website appears to be fine. I've tried several browers, emptying browser cache and data, whitelisting the site on company firewall. We have no issue navigating to any other websites.
As a newbie who hasn't done this before, is this "normal" updating pains that will go away as DNS's updates over the next 24 hours? Or cached previous versions of the site on our computers that don't appear, causing error message? Or is it ISP blocking a "new wordpress site" thinking it malicious? Why would it be denied just for the company that spawned it, and not the rest of the world?
I know this is easy basic stuff, but I really appreciate the help on this error and what I can deduece from it, and try in response.
Edited by Riptyed