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Discussion in 'Misc WordPress Requests' started by sccrow, Nov 8, 2017.

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    Reply To: 500 Error, how do I recover, by sccrow

    I also added the line define(‘WP_MEMORY_LIMIT’, ’64M’); to the wp-cofgig.php file.

    None of the above resolves the problem.

    Another question.
    Is .htaccess still supposed to be present in the wwwroot?
    Some older posts suggests that renaming it may fix the problem. It seems to be that it will be rebuilt if its not there and is needed. I looked and that file is not present in either the new download or my site. I am assuming that this is a structural change and its no longer needs to be there.

    All this sort of puts me back to the original issue.
    Do I have to now have to completely start over? Including delete the database, rebuilding all the pages, etc. Or is there some sub set of files that I can overlay to get things working again. Maybe keep the DB and the wp-config.php.

    Right now, I am thinking that I am down to a complete restart. I will probably do that before getting an answer. Its been a week and I need to get the site back up. Still, I would like to know.

    Reply To: 500 Error, how do I recover

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