403 error after creating cname in godaddy

A 403 error typically means that you do not have permission to access the requested resource. There could be several reasons why you are receiving a 403 error after creating a CNAME record in GoDaddy and using Amplify. Here are some things to check:

  1. Make sure the CNAME record you created in GoDaddy is correct and pointing to the correct location. You can use a DNS checker tool to verify the record.
  2. Check the permissions on the resource you are trying to access. Ensure that the resource is accessible and not blocked by any security settings.
  3. Make sure that your Amplify app is configured correctly and has the necessary permissions to access the resource. Check your Amplify app’s settings to ensure that it has the appropriate permissions.
  4. Check your server logs for any errors or issues that may be causing the 403 error. This can help you identify the root cause of the issue.

If you are still having trouble, you may need to contact GoDaddy or Amplify support for further assistance.

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