I setup WordPress to manage the site for a local sci-fi con and it was working great. Unfortunately at some point over the weekend, the entire site went blank. More accurately when I try going to the site; all I get is an HTML page with the source showing just:
I don’t have much access to the server (just an FTP account and very limited SSH access). I can’t view any log files and I didn’t make any changes to the site. I was able to download a dump of the database and it doesn’t appear that anything new was added to the site that might have caused this problem. PHP is still working as I’ve put up a page with
phpinfo()in it and that’s working fine; as are a couple of other PHP scripts that make up parts of the site.
Additionally, MySQL seems to be running fine and the connection info in wp-config.php is correct as I used that same info to get a dump of the database. I’ve tried searching these forums for anything similar but came up blank. I’m hoping somebody out there has some suggestions that I can forward over to the server admin to try fixing this.
The server is running Apache 2.0 with PHP 4.3.9 and MySQL 3.23.x (can’t remember the exact MySQL version and my office doesn’t allow people to SSH out, but I think it’s 3.23.56).
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