Internal server error 500


#1

https://dalmacijashop.000webhostapp.com

What’s the problem.


#2

Open your public_html folder and delete the file called .htaccess


#3

it’s worked
It happened to me when I activated the plugin
w3-total-cache

why


#4

Obviously the plugin failed to write the .htaccess file properly, I would contact the developer of the plugin.


#5

w3-total-cache

is a plugin for wordpress


#6

Yes so it must have done something to cause the error, contact the developer if the issue persists.


#7

Hi, I have a problem. I have error 500 Internal Server Error, when I install w3-total-cache plugin. I installed WordPress direct to 000webhost.com.
I also can’t go to /wp-admin/
What can I do?
Please help?
https://mimiwebdesign.000webhostapp.com


#8

as he Infinity through file manager or FileZilla
Open your public_html folder and delete the file called .htaccess
Menu Success


#9

as he Infinity through file manager or FileZilla
Open your public_html folder and delete the file called .htaccess
Me Success
Before that wiped w3-total-cache plugin


#10

Excuse the question, but I can not find the folder public_html. Where I need to go just to find it?
Еxcuse me and thank!


#11

I’m ready! Thank you very much! :slight_smile:


#12

@MariyaHaygarova So i guess your issue is solved?


#13

Not really,
My home page is loaded, but the remaining pages of the menu I have error 404 Not Found.
What can I do?
Please help?


#14

@MariyaHaygarova Make sure you have related directories and webpages on your server.


#15

Excuse the question, but How?
Еxcuse me and thank!


#16

I see that problem is solved and there is no 404 error anymore.
Its working fine on my side.


#17

Heeeeyyyy superrr :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:
Thank you very much :slight_smile:


#18

I recommend this as well ^

Your site should be accessed using HTTP not HTTPS

Please check that HTTP is within your site URL and if not then correct HTTPS to HTTP within it.

Also I’d recommend installing the plugin called Force HTTP which you can search and install for else

If you’d like to use HTTPS then visit www.Hosting24.com, get some shared hosting, a dedicated IP address and install an SSL certificate and you’ll be able to correctly and securely use SSL features - unless you are exchanging credit card information there isn’t much need for it on a WordPress site for example however.


#19