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How to fix 'internal server errors'?

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  • I can’t see any pics though. Do you still have a backup of previous database?

    Hi, thanks for the response. I fixed the pages by using a proper permalink setting. But yes, the photos still cannot be viewed. How would I access the back up database? Not very familiar with these things.
    I found this info in a wordpress article: “If you have problems with missing images that you’ve uploaded, you need to change the path to the images on every post directly on your SQL database.” Do you have more detailed instructions?

    Hey there,

    I’m fairly new to the WordPress thing meaning, I’ve done 2 wordpress sites.

    I’ve got an inconsistent ISE – one minute I was on the dashboard happily loading content on to the site, the next thing I know, I get the dreaded Internal Server Error. I cleared my browsing cache and it came up fine, but when I tried to load anymore content into the site or navigate through the test site I got the error again. Now I’m getting the internal server error all the time, this is without any additional plugins just the Dynamix theme purchased from themeforest.net


    site address is: http://www.usslyndemccormick.com/wp

    p.s. – I can FTP in to the site, but cannot gain access to the admin page

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