When I try to connect in my site, show this error 582b1d637ab87.png


An HTTP ERROR 500 generally means one of two things:

  • There is an error in your .htaccess file causing the web server to break down. You can try to fix this by temporarily renaming your .htacces file to something else. If you page loads then, it means some lines in your .htaccess file doesn’t work and you should find out which one it is.

  • There is an error in your script causing it to crash, however the page doesn’t return any content or error message which is why you see this default page. To fix that, you can try to enable debug mode (if you’re using an off the shelf script) or enable error reporting (if you’ve written the site yourself) to see what’s going wrong.