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  • It must be real convenient to put out a product with bugs andf defects and not have any way for a user to contact you directly!

    “no input file specified” is really getting under my skin!

    Michael G

    (@mgeorgesdslawazcom)

    Donald– I think I can help you with this.

    First, are you with GoDaddy?

    Problem solved. Switch to a better host. Dreamhost is cheap and it works.

    I currently use WiredTree, but that might be more than you need. They are very good, but expensive if you only have one or two websites.

    Michael G

    (@mgeorgesdslawazcom)

    If you’re not with GoDaddy, I can still help you.

    Login to your control panel on your hosting account. Try and see what version of PHP they are running, or just call them I suppose.

    Are you using the latest version of WP? It’s not compatible with your hosting company’s PHP. If your hosting company is GoDaddy, save yourself a hell of a lot of time and future frustration and just find somebody else.

    I have been researching this problem for two weeks. TWO WEEKS or LONGER!!!

    Nobody had an answer, but I started to notice “GoDaddy” coming up again and again. Through process of elimination, I found that GoDaddy was the problem and a new hosting company was the solution.

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