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505 Error when updating plugins

  • AThompsonCO
    Member

    @athompsonco

    I just got a 505 error “beware of sharks” and now our website is blank?!

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  • ALVAW3
    Member

    @alvaw

    AThompsonCO,

    What is your URL ?

    What plugin are you updating ?

    What version of WordPress are you running ?

    More information always helps

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Forum_Welcome#Include_as_much_information_as_possible

    Regards,

    Alva

    Tec-NQ
    Member

    @loftywinds

    Have you updated your Core Calendar files?

    The solution I found is this …

    http://support.time.ly/what-are-core-calendar-files-and-why-do-they-need-updating/

    Copy the themes folder to the location mentioned and you will be sweet!

    AThompsonCO
    Member

    @athompsonco

    I selected the 5 plug-ins (didn’t really take note of which they were) and selected update.

    Then got the 505 we are working on things error

    Tec-NQ
    Member

    @loftywinds

    As I said above, have you done the Core Calendar step as per the link above? I am sure it will work for you after that. There is NO need to remove any plugins, etc.

    AThompsonCO
    Member

    @athompsonco

    We don’t have an “all-in-one-calendar” or anything by Timely on our website so we don’t have that folder or files associated to move them.

    Tec-NQ
    Member

    @loftywinds

    Un-install all your calendar related plugins, and install them back one by one, testing the webpage. If you do not get the 505 error then it has nothing to do with calendars. But then again, I made that assumption because you have yet to provide us with more information about your problem.

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