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  • #87260

    rudyodo
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    I want to run a new ad in .html – but when I use <iframe> in the AdCode, I always get this
    “Forbidden – You do not have permission to access this document” when I want to save the ad.
    I don’t have this issue using other code.
    Any idea what might cause this?
    My website is on a VPS. I have access to the server (Plesk)

    Using AdRotate Pro

    #87269

    Arnan de Gans
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    That reads like a permission error somewhere.

    Is it the plugin file (dashboard) that gives that error?
    Or your html advert?

    Try to figure out which one and check the files permissions on it with an (s)FTP client.
    Usually files should have 0755 and folders 0644 (You can mimic the permissions on the wp-content folder in most cases). Also, make sure the file ownership is good. It should, again, match that of wp-content. Some (s)FTP clients do this wrong by assigning your logged in user to the files instead of the webserver user.

    #87274

    rudyodo
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    It’s the plugin-file. I uploaded the files via Media Manager, no issue there.
    AdCode like <a href="https://ajdg.solutions/"><img src="%asset%" /></a> gets accepted, but no <iframe>
    Folders/files have the right permissions.
    I assume it’s database or maybe firewall.

    #87295

    Arnan de Gans
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    Maybe a firewall, definitely not database.

    As I mentioned, make sure the file permissions and ownership are correct.

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