Are you being face with a 500 Server Error?
This error can happen for many reasons, changes have been made to the server setup or an update to social engine itself has thrown up this problem.
A lot of the time if you check with your hosting company there has been a change made on the server which the social engine program hasn’t liked you hosting company can then fix the issues at their end.If the hosting company j changed any settings or programming on the server then you may have a problem with the setup your self.
If the hosting company hasn’t changed any settings or programming on the server then you may have a problem with the setup your self.
If you edit your .htaccess file you may find this will help bring your site back online.
Open the .htaccess file and remove the following
once you have removed the following from the .htaccess file you can save it and re-upload the file to the server, you should see it back online.
Always remember to keep a backup of the file in-case you ever need to revert back. Each time you update your SocialEngine site you may need to repeat this change.