Hi, I just found that my site is not working - nothing to see what I have activated PL5 tap late (just white screen :-() , I can open just admin site . I tried to activate different template (tventy seventeen) and was working , but not with PL5.
could you pls let me know what is the problem ASAP
the site is : www.myfit.cz
than you so much
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