Can't open a iframe

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Can't open a iframe

Postby Provolone2 » 29. September 2019 15:19

I´m a developer that uses XAMPP for many years.
By first time I try to develope an statistic window for a program using iframe to show result.
When I tried to use it was impossible to open it because the screen shoh me an error 403. (I can send you photos).
My question is if there is something I can do to avaoid this anoying problem???
Thanks for you support and best regards from Argentina.
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Re: Can't open a iframe

Postby Nobbie » 29. September 2019 16:09

Error 403 means that Apache has no rights to open the requested folder/file. Thats all i can say.
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Re: Can't open a iframe

Postby Provolone2 » 30. September 2019 16:57

Thanks Nobbie.
I mean, is there something that I can do to in the Apache config to get these rights for me?
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Re: Can't open a iframe

Postby Nobbie » 30. September 2019 17:01

Maybe.

But actually with that poor amount of information its totally impossible to get any clue whats going on.
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Re: Can't open a iframe

Postby Provolone2 » 02. October 2019 17:00

What do you need to know?
I can send you anything
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Re: Can't open a iframe

Postby Altrea » 02. October 2019 18:33

Hi,

Show us the contents of your Apache access.log so we can have an idea which request fails and maybe why.

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Re: Can't open a iframe

Postby Nobbie » 02. October 2019 19:24

Show us the HTML / PHP source of the IFRAME of course, show us the logfiles (as Altrea already said), show us the fully qualified error message from your browser, shows us what you enter into your browser and and and - actually we dont know nothing!!
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