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No input file specified.

  • Hello. First I want to say that I love using WordPress. Well I thought I was done making my site and was going to make it a simple URL instead or (www.example.com/wordpress). Well after changing the URL to something else I get this message “No input file specified”. Thought I would be smart and hit the back browser and change the URL back. After I changed it back and hit save settings I got another “No input file specified.”
    Now my site is all screwed up and I tried to log back into the dashboard from the backend wordpress/wp-admin and I still get that message.
    I looked all over google and found nothing that could help. I even tried replacing all the wordpress files and themes but still messed up.
    Can someone help me figure out a Solution please.

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  • Michael G

    @mgeorgesdslawazcom

    DId you ever resolve this? I am having the same issue…

    It seems to go away every few minutes….and then come back.

    I am having the same problem! It must be convenient to be able to put out a product with bugs and defects and have no way that a user can contact you directly! I have seen numerous posts about this same topic with no attempt at a resolution from WP!

    Michael G

    @mgeorgesdslawazcom

    Donald- I resolved my problem. It wasn’t the software– it was my hosting company. GoDaddy.

    Are you with GoDaddy by any chance?

    I moved to WiredTree and all the problems immediately disappeared.

    This has something to do with the version of WP you are using and the version of PHP that GoDaddy uses.

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