This article will guide you on different methods to fix the 403 #forbidden error in WordPress.
The 403 Forbidden #error means that your server is working, but you no longer have permission to view all or some of your site for some reason.
The two most likely causes of this error are issues with your WordPress site's file permissions or .htaccess file.
Also, some plugin issues might also cause the #403 Forbidden error.
To Fix 403 Forbidden WordPress Error:
1. Create a Backup. Most of the time, you are not responsible for the errors that occur on your WordPress website hosting server.
2. Check . htaccess File.
3. Deactivate All Plugins. Login to your WordPress admin dashboard and navigate to #Plugins - Installed Plugins.