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403 error

Hello, dears!

I´d appreciate if you could help me to find a solution to a 403 error message. This story began when I installed a new plugin. In theory, it was 100% compatible but once I activated it, I couldn´t access my dashboard anymore: 403 error. Access denied. I contacted my hosting company and as I expected, it was a total waste of time. I solved this problem deleting the plugin (and some other inactive ones) via FTP. Ok, cool.

I contacted my hosting company and as I expected, it was a total waste of time. So, I asked Saint Google and I found some related articles. I solved this problem deleting the plugin (and some other inactive ones) via FTP. Ok, cool.

Now, I realize that no one can add products to the shopping cart. And not only that, I can´t install new plugins.

I´ve already tried all the options explained on wpbeginners.com, and Bobcares,  How to Fix the 403 Forbidden error in WordPress.

Htaccess file, checked.

Permissions 755 (directories) 644 (archives), checked.

Deactivate plugins, checked.

None of these worked. Any ideas?

Thank you 🙂

 

 

A remarkable spam

I´m sure you get a good dose of daily spam comments. This morning I found a very interesting-scary comment in my spam folder. I took a screenshot because I would not believe it if someone just told me the story.

Do you need fake passports, ID cards, driver´s licenses…

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Becoming an international criminal has never been so easy!! The world has gone crazy!!

Maybe you´ve got one or more like this? Let me know in the comments 😀

Meet and greet

Do you want to meet new bloggers? Would you like to promote your blog? Good!

Here´s our meet and greet 😀

Please, visit and comment the original post, here.

Meet and Greet

Hello, dears!

I hope you had a great week. It´s time to take a break, promote your blog and meet new amazing bloggers. Please, visit and comment in the original post, here.

Meaningful quotes with Pooja

Today I´m very excited about this collaboration post with one of my favorite bloggers, Pooja. Pooja is behind Lifes Fine Whine. Among many other things, she uses to post famous quotes. I read quotes on other blogs and I usually wonder which is the blogger´s fav, the most useful, the first one he or she remembers… When she let me suggest topics, so I suggested a post about the most meaningful quotes for us. She liked the idea and here we are.
I didn´t pay attention to quotes, sayings or proverbs until I was in high school. I failed my first philosophy exam. I couldn´t believe it. The exam consisted of three questions, about pre-Socratic authors. I didn´t know the answer to one of them, but I answered it anyway, mixing Anaxímenes with Anaxágoras. I got a miserable 4 (of 10). When the teacher told me my grade, also added: “It´s important to know what you know, but also it´s important to know what you don´t know”. My first thought was “this guy is insane!”. I calmed down days later, but the freaking quote still resonated in my head.
I can´t say it really made sense until next exam: Plato. He asked Plato´s concept of friendship… and I didn´t know a word about it. Here I go again, another 4 – I thought. Reading the other questions I realized that there was no question about Plato´s cave. Five questions, none of them about Plato´s cave. Definitely, this teacher is on meds or something!
I answered the friendship question the last: “I don´t know what Plato said about friendship, but I do know about Plato´s cave which is an important part to understand Plato´s thinking”. The day the teacher came with our grades, I was expecting a good rant. He gave me the exam and said: “I liked your Plato´s cave explanation, I gave you 1 point for it. You got a 9”.
I was astonished! Against all odds, that nonsense quote made sense and it worked in my favor. That was the first time I realized this kind of strange sentences is meant to help. The original quote belongs to Confucius, and it says: “To know what you know and what you do not know, that is true knowledge”.
This is, without a doubt, the first quote that I remember made an impact on me. Since then, I faced the exams more calmly, understanding that not knowing a question was not the end of the world. Outside of a classroom, this quote helps me to admit that I don´t know a word about a lot of things so, I listen. Most of the times I learn something new.
Now you know one of my most meaningful quotes and the story behind it. What we don´t know yet is Pooja´s quote. Are you as curious as me? Click here to Pooja´s post.

Meet and greet

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Meet and Greet, July

Hello dears!

Last month, a good number of great bloggers stopped by. Make sure to visit and follow them, if you haven´t done it yet.

Element: Sharon does a daily Tarot post and writes about personal growth and healing with a bit of poetry.

Yadadarcyyada: Donna blogs about life, the universe, and everything, with a lot of humour.

Mostly blogging: Janice offers blogging tips and I hosts 10 blog parties a month!

Simplyme SMC: She writes about her travel experiences and personal thoughts.

Jolies attic: Jolie writes about whatever pops into her head,

Penny for your thots blog: She blogs about her life and fitness journey.

Simple dimple: Stella writes on a variety of subjects. Her blog is all about motivation and inspiration expressed in diverse ways, through Prose-poems, Pictorials, quotes etc.

Big And Pinky Toes: Lacey blogs about food, family, and other good stuff.

Artsy crystal: Crystal is a passionate graphic designer and I blog about my designs.

Poet Rummager: Rose loves to create art and poetry.

Yummy cookbook blog: Dilna blogs about cooking recipes.

Bikurgurl: She blogs about her experiences, children, photography, etc.

The World is Bigger Than Me: Kalee writes about sustainability & adventure.

Zorba the Buddha: Vikram talks about spiritualism and meditation. once in a while he expresses his views on randoms topics too.

Zavi Fashion: Zharia blogs about fashion and beauty.

Informatic Cool Stuff: Abhijit blogs about creative DIYs (Do It Yourself),  Science, technology, and Gadgets.

A Yenny for my thoughts: Yen takes stunning photos and shares them along with beautiful stories.

Do you want to join us this month? Get new followers? Discover new blogs? Plese, follow these steps:

  1. Introduce yourself and tell us about your blog in the comment section. Share a link to your favorite post, a recent post, or anything you like.
  2. Check out the posts that have been shared in the comments already.
  3. Share this post! Reblog, tweet, pin, whatever you feel like doing!

As we have been “enjoying” unusually high temperatures in Galicia, lately I´ve been dreaming of a flash trip to Antarctica. Come with me, the views are mind blowing!