500 Internal Server Error after moving from WordPress

500 Internal Server Error after moving from WordPress

500 Internal Server Error after moving from WordPress – Page not accessible

1. What is a 500 server error?

As the name suggests, this server-level error occurs when the server cannot display the requested page. An internal server error is an application-side problem that can occur on your web server. When you type a specific URL in the address bar, or when you click a link on a website, you are asking the server to show you a page. For some reason the server is currently unable to display the page you requested indicating an internal server error.

2. How to solve a 500 internal server error on your WordPress website

Causes (common)

The two most common causes are a faulty .htaccess file in the root directory of the website and incorrect or too low PHP memory settings, e.g

php_value memory_limit 32M

From this it can be concluded that we need to increase the memory in the .htaccess file. In addition to the existing text in the .htaccess file, enter the following text:

php_value memory_limit 256M

if this does not solve the problem, delete the entire .htaccess file.

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