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Hi, i just installed pagelines-framework developer edition on an existing wordpress with pagelines lite. This website is a test before upgrading another website using pagelines lite.

 

This website is a multi-site network, you're customer service tell me that in need the developper edition in order to use Pagelines within a multi-site environment, so i purchase your 239$ framework and got the same issue i got with the lite edition.

 

first i had problem with both site on my network www.meg-media.ca and www.meg-media.ca/en then i follow the steps in this topic : http://www.pagelines.com/forum/topic/24608-less-compiler-500-internal-server-error/ and solve the problem on one site but i still have the 500 server error on the second site.

 

I got the 500 server error when i insert a menu in one of the 4 support menu (theme location)

 

I also want to add that my website work well with twenty twelve theme and twenty eleven (both site)

 

i use woocommerce plugin

 

Thanks

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Simon

I dont see any errors on the 1st site you mentioned.

 

The error on http://www.meg-media.ca/en Is caused by the webserver not being able to read the files inside that directory. Probably a file permission issue.

 

If you enable WP_DEBUG inside wp-config.php you might be able to see what errors wp is generating.

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Rob

Hi,

 

When you installed Developer Edition, what did you do with the Lite Edition? How did you install it?

 

If I'm not mistaken, both have a folder called pagelines located in wp-content/themes.

 

You'd have to delete the pagelines folder containing Lite and upload the pagelines folder found in the Developer Edition zip file.


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megmedia

Ok, i think i just found the problem...Pagelines didn't seem to support Woocommerce on network multisite. I did a fresh installation of wordpress with network and try every plugin one by one and got the 500 internal server error only when i activate the woocommerce plugin.

 

Someone have a solution for this ?

 

Thanks again!

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Simon

There is no problem with woocommerce and PageLines, in fact they even released a plugin on github!

 

Your problem here: http://meg-media.ca/en/ is the folder /en/ is NOT readabl by the webserver, look at the error, i'll put it into plain english for you...

 

 

Forbidden

You don't have permission to access /en/ on this server.

Additionally, a 500 Internal Server Error error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

 

The error is actually a 403 Forbidden, which means nobody is allowed to view that folder, not even th web server process, so no files will be servered until you change the permissions.

 

The 500 error is your webserver panicing because you do not have an error document assigned for 403 errors.

 

You should ask your host what the proper folder permissions should be for your webserver.

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megmedia

Ok, thank you, pretty weird, cause i just activate jigoshop on other website instead of woocommerce and everything works fine, no 500 error, but at the moment i activate woocomerce i got the 500 error on one of the site.

 

website with jigoshop www.megmedia.me and www.megmedia.me/en

 

I prefer woocommerce

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Rob

Hi,

 

Did you change the ownership or permissions of the /en folder? Or ask your host to do it?

 

As Simon explained, the problem is that the /en folder is not readable by the server.  The CHMOD settings, essentially the ability for the system to write to or read a folder or file are not set correctly.  If you're not familiar with this, please contact your host and explain to them what Simon said.


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