My site isn't working

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We can try to help you with that if you will post your own topic instead of commenting or hijacking.

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Correct you know I have the same problem with me

And please use English language next time.

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my site does not open. do you think it will open?
My website : http://akdeniz1296.epizy.com/
plz help me

Can you read this?

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okey can you see my site? bro

I just started another site
akdeniz66.epizy.com

Please read the article @katufo posted to fix the HTTP ERROR 500.

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no vro cause I got http error 500, please read the article above vro! tnx vro!

No need to create an another site vro, cause this is just a temporary issue vro :slight_smile:

I have read and applied but it still doesn’t work. The method I applied: Login to your control panel.
Go to Alter PHP Config.
Select the domain name you are trying to debug and click Alter PHP Directives.
Set “Display Errors” to “On” and click the Alter PHP Directives to save.

will it work?
I wait…

Yeah this will work, everything will be fine after the server maintenance, okay?

it is work thnx . but
how do you think i can fix this error?
Warning : require_once(/home/vol1_3/epizy.com/epiz_26043992/htdocs/JOBPORTAL/include/config.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/vol1_3/epizy.com/epiz_26043992/htdocs/include/initialize.php on line 14

Fatal error : require_once(): Failed opening required ‘/home/vol1_3/epizy.com/epiz_26043992/htdocs/JOBPORTAL/include/config.php’ (include_path=’.:/usr/share/pear/’) in /home/vol1_3/epizy.com/epiz_26043992/htdocs/include/initialize.php on line 14

The file doesn’t exist. Make sure that it exists on that Path; if not correct the Path and make sure it’s correct.

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The file doesn’t exist

Make it accessible to public or change the chmod permission.

I changed it but it still hasn’t entered, I think it wants to replace another file?

<?php
//define the core paths
//Define them as absolute peths to make sure that require_once works as expected

//DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR is a PHP Pre-defined constants:
//(\ for windows, / for Unix)
defined('DS') ? null : define('DS', DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR);

defined('SITE_ROOT') ? null : define ('SITE_ROOT', $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'].DS.'htdocs');

defined('LIB_PATH') ? null : define ('LIB_PATH',SITE_ROOT.DS.'include');

//load the database configuration first.
require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."config.php");
require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."function.php");
require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."session.php");
require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."accounts.php");
require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."autonumbers.php");  
require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."companies.php");  
require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."job.php");  
require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."employees.php");  
require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."categories.php");  
require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."applicant.php");  
require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."jobregistration.php");  
  

require_once(LIB_PATH.DS."database.php");
?>

Please check that there is an ‘.php file’ inside the directory where you want to execute the php or that code.

is this code correct?

}
	function __autoload($class_name) {
		$class_name = strtolower($class_name);
		$path = LIB_PATH.DS."{$class_name}.php";
		if(file_exists($path)){
			require_once($path);
		}else{
			die("The file {$class_name}.php could not be found.");
		}

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