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  • Cannot connect to database

    This error will occur within a web application when any of the following conditions are met: The database username is...

  • cPanel PHP Error Logs

    Just as your Apache errors are logged within cPanel, your PHP errors are also logged. To view them, you will need to do so via...

  • Files fail FTP transfer

    When uploading many files at once (a CMS, for example), it is not uncommon for a few of the files to fail the FTP transfer....

  • I can't login to cPanel

    Ensure that caps lock is off, and that you are completely sure what your cPanel password is. If too many failed login attempts...

  • I'm receiving a blank page

    If your website or web application is displaying nothing but a blank, white page, then chances are your software requires a...

  • My FTP client says too many connections

    The server will often reject a new FTP connection if too many are open for any given account. If you've been uploading a large...

  • My webpage is displaying ads

    If your website is not pulling up and is instead showing advertisements, the most likely cause is that your domain name expired...

  • My website is running slow

    If you are using a forum or content management system, make sure that caching is enabled. Caching will greatly reduce the...

  • Page is displaying 404 Page Not Found error

    The 404 Page Not Found error means that the user requested a page on the server that does not exist. This is commonly caused by...

  • Page says function not found, but the page exists

    If your web application uses a function found in a particular file, but the application says that the function does not exist,...

  • PHP failed to include file: File Not Found

    The PHP include() File Not Found error will occur when a .php file attempts to include another file that either does not exist,...

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