There is an obscure but persistent issue with Apache on Windows causing a 403 forbidden error.
Basically, Apache won't allow the
: in the URL that works on other systems due to a security concern based on the fact that windows paths can have colons in them:
We have addressed this by providing a configurable option for the parameter separator that is defaulting to
Simply edit your
user/config/system.yaml and add this at the top:
This will configure Grav to use a semicolon, rather than a colon for parameters such as
http://yoursite.com/blog/tag:something will now be:
If you have
mod_security installed, we had reports of rule 350147 (http://wiki.atomicorp.com/wiki/index.php/WAF_350147) triggering a false positive. Whitelist that rule, or ask your hosting provider support to do it.
ModSecurity: [file "/etc/httpd/conf/modsecurity.d/rules/tortix/modsec/50_plesk_basic_asl_rules.conf"] [line "308"] [id "350147"] [rev "143"] [msg "Protected by Atomicorp.com Basic Non-Realtime WAF Rules: Potentially Untrusted Web Content Detected"] [data ""] [severity "CRITICAL"] Access denied with code 403 (phase 2). Match of "rx ((?:submit(?:\\+| )?(request)?(?:\\+| )?>+|<<(?:\\+| )remove|(?:sign ?in|log ?(?:in|out)|next|modifier|envoyer|add|continue|weiter|account|results|select)?(?:\\+| )?>+)$|^< ?\\??(?: |\\+)?xml|^<samlp|^>> ?$)" against "ARGS:notifications" required. [hostname "mydomain"] [uri "/grav/admin/notifications.json/task:processNotifications"] [unique_id "WXoYHcpkEKz0qCI66845gQAAAAo"], referer: http://mydomain/grav/admin/tools