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403 Forbidden error when saving page
I have a very weird error occurring on one of my Perch sites. The customer complained that she was unable to save changes to one of the pages on her site - when she clicked save, she received a 403 Forbidden error.
I started to remove content in the text block, to try and isolate the problem. When I removed the following paragraph, I was able to save the page without a 403 error. If I add this paragraph to any other page, it causes a 403 error when trying to save the page.
"Not having teeth, pieces of food are ground up in the gizzard, so avoid old long grass as this can impact and kill, as can polystyrene (e.g. ceiling tiles) which they just adore to peck at, or pieces of plastic string."
It gets weirder - if I remove the comma between 'teeth' and 'pieces', the problem is fixed. As soon as I add the comma back in, when you click 'Save Changes' I get the 403 error.
Any idea what would be causing this? I have contacted the hosting support, who don't know what the problem is.
Here's the Diagnostic Report. The site is vicvet.com, and the page is the Health and Diseases page.
Perch: 2.8.32, PHP: 5.3.29, MySQL: 5.6.33, with PDO Server OS: Linux, litespeed Installed apps: content (2.8.32), assets (2.8.32), categories (2.8.32), perch_events (1.9), perch_forms (1.7), perch_members (1.0.3), perch_upgrade (1.4) App runtimes: <?php $apps_list = array( 'content', 'perch_events', 'perch_forms', 'perch_members', ); PERCH_LOGINPATH: /perch PERCH_PATH: /home/vicvetco/public_html/perch PERCH_CORE: /home/vicvetco/public_html/perch/core PERCH_RESFILEPATH: /home/vicvetco/public_html/perch/resources Image manipulation: GD PHP limits: Max upload 100M, Max POST 100M, Memory: 256M, Total max file upload: 100M F1: 2edba60ed1f613d6dd804feb202456a2 Resource folder writeable: Yes HTTP_HOST: vicvet.com DOCUMENT_ROOT: /home/vicvetco/public_html REQUEST_URI: /perch/core/settings/diagnostics/ SCRIPT_NAME: /perch/core/settings/diagnostics/index.php
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