This is related to a previous question. I have an issue with a site that is currently being built, just upgraded from 8.something to 9.1.1. Also have the same issue with a 5.something version. I just installed v9.1.1 using Softaculous with sample content as a test, same issue.
When I do an edit that contains an inline CSS style, written by concrete, a 403 error happens when I save the block. This appears to be caused by ModSecurity. I can turn ModSecurity off and it will work. That does not sound like a proper cure for this issue.
What my web host told me to do: “…Even though it sounds like a false positive the vendor should consider patching it up with security updates.”
Does anyone else have this issue?
I would think that if it is only ModSecurity causing the issue, lots of folks would have the same issue.
In the past I have really liked this host company, Total Choice Hosting, been with them for over a decade. Do I need to abandon them and find another host in order to use concrete?