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I’m using Propulsion and I uploaded the dummy content. The second I uploaded a logo, saved, and refreshed the site, it gave me the error 500 Internal Server Error. When I try taking the logo away, it does the same. Not sure how to fix this, please help.
the 500 error is very general and doesn’t tell us what causes the problem. Please make sure that no plugins trigger this error and that your server runs with PHP 5.2.x. Try to increase the allocated php limit to 128mb (see http://codex.wordpress.org/Editing_wp-config.php#Increasing_memory_allocated_to_PHP ).
Okay. The problem only really happened when I tried to place my saved custom menu as the main navigation.
I disabled all my plugins (which were only the default plugins, bbPress, and WooCommerce)
I activated them one by one to try and isolate the problem. The Internal Server 500 error only happens when WooCommerce is enabled. Either I have to deactivate WooCommerce and place my custom menu, or I have to forfeit my ability to save and activate custom menus.
Any idea of why this might be? The site is currently on sandraannsanchez.com if you want to take a look at it. I really feel like I’m missing something simple! Everything is up to date.
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