Today in this video we will show you how to fix 500 internal server error in your website.
“500 Internal Server Error” message indicates that an error has occurred during connection to the server and that the requested page cannot be accessed.
This can happen due to various reasons listed below:
Permission error: The permissions of the main files and folders are not set correctly.
PHP timeout: The script tries to access an external resource and experiences a timeout.
Incorrect code in .htaccess: The structure in a .htaccess file could be wrong.
Error in syntax or code in CGI/Perl scripts: In some cases, scripts are incorrect. Paths, especially, can be misaligned.
PHP memory limit: A process exceeds memory and therefore cannot be executed correctly.
You just need to find out the exact reason behind 500 internal server error by checking error log in your cPanel.
Once you find the error, act accordingly and try to fix it if you know some technical hacks or else consult the developer.
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