Last Updated on Thursday, 30 July 2009 09:05 Written by Avesta Sabetian Thursday, 30 July 2009 12:36
Oh no! You have an “Internal Server Error”:
What do I do?
First remember that “Internal Server Error” does not mean a server problem. It implies an “internal” problem inside of your own hosting space and files. Here is a quick overview of what will solve this problem, and then followed by step by step on how to do it:
1) A .htaccess file has problems
2) 1 or more files or folders have permissions higher than 755, which is not allowed by the server. Any software that says you need 777 will work with 755 on our server.
3) Your PHP version is wrong inside the “PHP Configuration” section.
4) Your username does not own the folder or files.
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