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  • #13411

    Hi There – I see this has been brought up before but am staring a new thread as it doesn’t appear it has been fully resolved.

    http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/internal-server-error-after-install-woocommerce

    I started using the abundance theme without the woocommerce plug in and it was working fine. Then after a couple of days of using the Abundance theme, I installed the WooCommerce plugin as per the installation instructions. It started serving a PHP memory limit error. At first I thought it was my host so have contacted them, they’ve re-set the memory limit and it still doesn’t work. I tried updating the .htacces file and wp.config file (don’t have access to the php.ini) file, this didn’t work.

    I systematically went and disabled ALL plugins and I could upload images fine. Then I only enabled WooCommerce – boom, the problem happened again. See the link to the screenshot

    https://img.skitch.com/20120619-xcg3hd4h5mttbqs7xn1uw7a6de.jpg

    It appears there is a woocommerce/theme conflict. I purchased this theme because of it’s shop functionality – can you please advise how to resolve this.

    Running WordPress 3.4

    Cheers

    #79136

    The question is if your hoster increased the php memory limit and if it’s enough. If they eg set it to 32M it won’t be enough. You need to use at least 96M or 128M.

    #79137

    Ok – I didn’t realise it needed to be larger than 64 M – I will get on to the host and report back

    #79138

    Hi,

    Thanks, we’ll wait for your feedback. :)

    Regards,

    Ismael

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