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Constant 500 Error, No Visible Explanation


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There are a lot of things that can cause a 500 error. The most common are broken software and invalid .htaccess files.


I'd start by renaming the index.php file in the folder for that domain to index.old. If you see a directory listing, your code is broken. Check for an error_log file in that folder if this is the case. It'll tell you the errors your code produced so you can fix it. If renaming/removing the index file doesn't help, rename the .htaccess file and see what happens after that.


If you still have a 500 error with both files renamed, let me know and I'll escalate it for you.

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