If I use the default navigation menu on my site, everything works fine, but I don't want the default menu, I want to use a custom menu.
My theme supports 1 custom menu, which I have created. When I try to enable that custom menu, I get an "Internal Server Error...Apache Server at mydomain.com Port 80"
I've already tried:
-disabling all plugins
-reverting to the Twenty Ten theme
-temporarily renaming the .htaccess file
-taking all links and items out of the custom menu.
-completely uninstalling WordPress, deleting the database and all files, then re-installing, rebuilding the site and the menu, and trying again.
I first created this site on JustHost, and all worked well. The issue came when I restored the site on GoDaddy. Like I said, though, I've since completely deleted and started rebuilding with new files and a blank database. I'm using the site on JustHost as a template only. No files have been copied over from one host to the other.
Of course GoDaddy says it's an issue with scripting in the WordPress files, which they don't support. Not sure if that's really the issue, but while I'm (still) on hold with GoDaddy, thought I'd post it here and see if anyone knows what might be going on.