Fixes For A 500 Internal Server Error Listed

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People please help me solve a 500 internal server error I am while opening some websites. I came to know that this a very common error and I hope someone knows how to fix this. Please help.

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Fixes For A 500 Internal Server Error Listed

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The error 500 internal server error can be fixed by the following steps-

  1. Check for corrupt .htaccess file by logging to your site through ftp and then renaming your main.htaccess file to something else and then try loosing your site. This will solve the error.
  2. If first method didn’t solve the error then try increasing the php memory limit. To do that create a php.ini blank text file and then type memory=64MB in it. Save this file and then you need to upload it into your wp-admin folder

Trying one of the two methods will rid you of the problem.

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Fixes For A 500 Internal Server Error Listed

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When you visit a website, there are times that you will encounter the “500 Internal Server Error.” This error is a very common HTTP status code which means something has gone wrong on the website’s server but the server can’t be certain on the exact problem.

Since the error is generated by the website you are visiting, you can see this in any web browser and any operating system. And because it is a server-side error, the problem is beyond your control. But to make sure the problem is not coming from your end, you can try a little troubleshooting. Try reloading the page.

Press F5 or CTRL + R to reload or refresh the page. You can also press CTRL + F5 to force refresh the page. If this doesn’t work, try clearing your browser’s cache. Press CTRL + SHIFT + DEL to bring up the “Clear browsing data” dialog. Check “Browsing history” and “Cached images and files” or any related options then click “Clear browsing data” to empty the cache.

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