WordFence Plugin is one of the most used WordPress security plugins with over 3 million active installations, it provides many options and features to secure and prevent attacks on your WordPress website.
One of the features that WordFence Security Plugin provides is preventing SQL Injection which may cause some issues for Elementor Page Builder users who want to insert custom code using for example, HTML Editor Widget on their Elementor Page.
Server Error (403 Forbidden)
Server error (403 forbidden) can occur because of WordFence plugin settings prevent SQL injections through Elementor Editor Panel.
Follow these steps to overcome this issue, if you have Wordfence Security Plugin installed.
- In WordPress Dashboard –> Wordfence Plugin –> Click on Firewall.
- In Wordfence plugin at Firewall Settings –> Click on Manage WAF (web application firewall).
- In Basic Firewall Options –> Web Appliaction Firewall Status –> Select Learning Mode.
- Click on Save Changes.
Note: Server Error (403 Forbidden) issue might be happening because of your web hosting company server settings, so make sure to ask your web hosting provider if WordFence Learning Mode didn’t help to resolve Server Error ( 403 Forbidden ) issue.