403 Forbidden Error (HTTP Status Code) will display on your screen if you try to access a restricted URL. This error indicates that the web server has understood but not authorized the request from the user. Two main reasons for receiving a 403 forbidden error are: 1) the client has restricted access to the web page; 2) there is a temporary glitch in the web server. 403 Error occurs when users attempt to access a web page, but the server refuses to authorize it. Learn how to fix 403 errors on Google, IIS and WordPress. Click here to read the full blog.