access denied editing a new site using Chrome

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Did a new installation of Concrete5.5.2.1 today [on Bluehost] then started development of a new site, and after a short while began getting "Access denied" messages to every editing request and to all file access. Checked all the permissions, allowed file types, etc. and eventually discovered the problem disappeared when I opened and worked on the site in Safari. I went back and cleaned out the cookies/cache in Chrome, but the problem subsists. Not sure what's happening - anyone else experience this and have a solution / suggestion?

robchel
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adajad replied on at Permalink Reply
adajad
Do you have any extensions in Chrome that might be blocking you?
robchel replied on at Permalink Reply
robchel
Don't think so, especially because I've been editing 2 concrete sites without problems up to this point. But thanks, I'll double check.
robchel replied on at Permalink Reply
robchel
Tried turning off all extensions, still getting "Access denied" message after one or two edits on Chrome. Very puzzling - as no one else seems to be having the problem must be something in m set up.
adajad replied on at Permalink Reply
adajad
I'm sorry to say I have no idea as to what is causing this behaviour. Hopefully someone else reading this will have a solution for you.
webdez1ner replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi,

I'm struggling with the same problem. Sometimes i get "Access denied" message and sometimes i get redirected to login page. It only occurs when using Chrome, first my client's site was on version 5.5.0 then i upgraded to 5.5.2.1, but the problem still exists. Seems like Chrome version doesn't matter either.
robchel replied on at Permalink Reply
robchel
I've given up trying to edit concrete using chrome - it seems to work fine in Firefox and Safari so that's my solution for now. Just can't figure the chrome problem out.
PatrickCassidy replied on at Permalink Reply
PatrickCassidy
Yeah, I get the same thing sometimes in FireFox. I edit or add a block to an area, and after I save or try to add the block the editable area remains empty with a text line in it saying 'Access Denied".

My solution: I refresh the page (F5) and my block then appears as it should.

Weird, slightly annoying sure, but noticed that it happened more recently I think after upgrading FireFox.
witwag replied on at Permalink Reply
witwag
I noticed this morning a weird behaviour with Chrome : sites running Concrete5 5.4.2.2 or prior versions could not be edited. Version 5.5 and above is not affected. So I looked into the Chrome extensions and found out that yesterday I installed Dragon Naturally Speaking Premium 12. Turns out it installs a Chrome extension "Dragon NaturallySpeaking Rich Internet Application Support 1.0.0.7" which breaks completely Concrete5 CSS and themes. Solution : went to chrome://chrome/extensions/ and disabled it, now I can edit the sites without any problem. Just thought it would be worth mentioning if someone experienced the same problem.

I the case mentioned here it might be a bit different, the Access Denied problem happens sometimes due to a delay in server response, from my experience, so only way out is a good CTRL+F5