I am running Nginx and PHP on Windows 10. When I access 127.0.0.1 or 127.0.0.1/info.php, I get the Nginx welcome screen and PHP output, respectively, so it seems the system on which I am trying to run Grav-admin is working. This is just for a local testing environment, this is not being served publicly on the web. I am not using WAMP or any third party server administration, I just have PHP and NginX installed manually.
I was actually able to run Grav admin one time successfully. I created an account, logged in, and browsed some themes. I thought everything was set up perfectly. I did not make any changes or adjustments, I just clicked around to explore the interface.
However, that was Friday. I shut down the computer over the weekend, came back Monday, and now when I open 127.0.0.1/grav/index.php, I get a 403 Forbidden error. The rest of the system, the NginX and PHP, appear to be working as they did before. I don’t think I changed anything, but it would appear that most likely something about rebooting the system has affected Grav’s access rights or something.
How do I resolve this error so that I can once again open up the Grav admin interface?