The “fix a corrupted installation” article isn’t that difficult to follow. If you know how to manage files with FTP, you can perform the steps in that article. And if you know how to manage files on your own computer, you can learn how to use an FTP client really quickly.
Alternatively, you can just remove the current installation and reinstall WordPress with Softaculous. It’s easier, but you’ll lose all your data.
And finally, please consider that this is web hosting, and you’re responsible for maintaining the site you’re hosting with us. If you don’t want that, you can go with a managed website builder, like WordPress.com instead. But be prepared for a much more expensive package with much less features.
I know this is a web hosting that I host with you so I have to responsible for maintenance. but this problem comes from hosting not wordpress and I see a lot of people whether in paid form or free form who make a lot of negative comments against infinityfree, say that it gives a lot of problems and it doesn’t there is no technical support and I suffer it. thank
If you really believe this comes from infinityfree and not your site, then test it out locally with Laragon. Install it from their website, start all services, and copy your site files to a folder with the name of your choice in C:\laragon\www then go to your browser type in foldername.test. If the error is still there then it is the Wordpress installation error and not infinityfree’s fault.
A good method of troubleshooting is to rename the plugins folder to plugins-old and themes folder to themes-old and then going to your site again. If it is active then install each plugin individually to see which plugin is causing the issue
I’ve been doing it since the first day and it doesn’t work. before Yes! but in this moment, no! Now I receive this message and the security lock is gone, where the SSl is active Hum, nous ne parvenons pas à trouver ce site.
Since you posted a copy of the .htaccess file, you clearly have access to your files, so you need to follow the articles that have been posted here before.
I’ll post them again below:
Note that we are not going to fix this for you, that’s not our job. Part of having a website it being willing to fix it when things go wrong. If you get stuck, we are here to help, but you need to tell us specifically where you are stuck, and what you have tried to fix the problem.
Free hosting comes with limits. The reason you are seeing those issue is because you have likely hit those limits. That’s why we provided you with articles to work around it
There is no technical support. Tech support cost money.
We are only a group of volunteers who are end users like you.
That’s why this is a community forum. We can only offer you solutions to the issue
that you are facing. Key thing is you must take action yourself.
If you not willing to do that, please switch to other paid hosting options
I use this free hosting because 1 it’s my first website and my first time dealing with hosting 2 it’s a trial.
Now, how do you think I’m going to put my money in a so-called association that has no responsibility where neither those who are in free form, nor those who are in paid form, are in the same misfortunes?
Great! We try to be as friendly and helpful as we can to new users and people that haven’t quite figured out all of the bells and whistles and features of free hosting yet.
Hm? Our hosting is not a trial; it is free hosting that you can use for however long you want and you will have to pay nothing, no credit card needed. Here’s a quote from infinityfree.net pointing it out:
Is InfinityFree a demo, trial or sample for premium hosting?
Absolutely not! InfinityFree is fully featured, completely free website hosting. We provide promotional offers for alternative, premium services for people looking for more, but their services are very different. InfinityFree is not a representation of these offers.
We are very willing to help you if you can try to accept the help.
I don’t like to tread in these metaphorical murky waters, but sometimes it is necessary for the sake of stopping the spread of confusion and anger:
It is possible that our hosting is at fault, but in my experience in viewing other users’ problems like this is that the user did something like install a bad plug-in, an update that failed, or something else, and that the hosting is rarely at fault.
This is a bit ironic. Six days ago, community members provided you with a solution to which you replied, “I can’t do this tricky job because I don’t know tech,” and here you say that if we had provided you with a solution (note, we did) that you would have gone through with it, but it seems that you didn’t. I’m sorry if it sounds like I’m being a little nitpicky or hasty.
We don’t expect you to give anyone your money if you don’t want to; it’s your money, it’s your choice to spend it or not. Just remember, like @KangJL pointed out, that we are unpaid volunteers giving our time to help people; paid support is paid to sit and help you (more comprehensively). Even though lots of things on the platform are out of our scope, we still try to provide the most accurate, detailed, and helpful information possible, and this is the same for our partner, iFastNet, and I’m sure other hosting companies—free or paid—as well.
So (TL;DR) let’s refrain from name-calling, false/empty/null accusations, and try to stick to the facts so that we can provide quick, kind, and focused support, and keep our forum clean and in order.
So, we’ll try to help you, but we’ll just need an update on your situation. Did you upload the missing WordPress files? Is there still an HTTP 500 error? Did you change your .htaccess? Have you done any other troubleshooting and if so what—and what were the results? What else have you changed?
If you can answer each of these with a definitive answer, then we should be able to give you high-quality, kind, and (hopefully) fast support.