re: "Worst case scenario, consider allowing me to view your webspace and I’ll see if there is anything that I can spot as to why you are having so much trouble with this."
Yes, I will give you ftp access to the GoDaddy hosting service (the first one, which I am still trying to run).
Is that all you need?
If ‘yes’ then give me an email so that I can send host/un/pw to you.
If “no, that’s not what I meant,” then what do you mean by "… allowing me to view your webspace"
Remember, this is not a CMS site, this is a Static-HTML website. Okay?
No, that is not my installation.
I deleted everything and installed it into the default location.
- Since the re-install, the /LISTS is now at » best-equestrian-footing-fibers.net/lists
- Since the re-install, the admin is located at » best-equestrian-footing-fibers.net/lists/admin/
I now get only the Linux/Apache 500 error:
(chrome) The best-equestrian-footing-fibers.net page isn’t working
best-equestrian-footing-fibers.net is currently unable to handle this request.
(MS Edge) HTTP 500 error
That’s odd… Microsoft Edge can’t find this page
This page can’t be displayed, because this site’s server might be under maintenance or there could be a programming error.
(MS IE) The website cannot display the page | HTTP 500
This error (HTTP 500 Internal Server Error) means that the website you are visiting had a server problem which prevented the webpage from displaying.
(Firefox) Blank Page - no 500 error.
After weeks of trying, I went out and installed phplist on another server, in the default manner.
The host is Webmasters.com (using their own controlpanel.com, Linux/Apache servers).
LISTS location » bestfooting.net/lists/
Admin URL » bestfooting.net/lists/admin/
Are there ANY other settings in the config.php file which need to be edited - other than these four (with the "# "changed to “/”)
/ what is your Mysql database server hostname
$database_host = ‘localhost’;
/ what is the name of the database we are using
$database_name = ‘’;
/ what user has access to this database
$database_user = ‘****************’;
/ and what is the password to login to control the database
$database_password = ‘**************’;
The odd thing: I installed & ran phplist 10 years ago, and there was no issue. I don’t think I got dumber during that time, but maybe I’m wrong.