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Blank Magento Homepage

Discussion in 'Programming' started by gizmo101.net, Jul 20, 2014.

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    My Magento website stopped working all of the sudden. Now it just shows a blank page: www.mywheelrepair.com

    The blog (WordPress) seems to be working somewhat fine, but it does show a parse error at the end of the page: blog.mywheelrepair.com

    I think there is a connection in the errors, although the main website is in Magento and the blog is in Wordpress.
     
    gizmo101.net, Jul 20, 2014 IP
  2. PoPSiCLe

    PoPSiCLe Notable Member

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    #2
    Nothing happens "all of a sudden" - SOMETHING has been done. Either you upgraded something, installed a plugin, removed a plugin, edited some code, or the host did something to the server, upgraded something, changed something - SOMETHING must have been done to create "sudden" errors.
    Besides, there's no "parse error" at the blog - perhaps you're logged in? That might return different results.
    The Magento-page, however, has an error in the prolog - ie, it's not even parsing correctly. This might have to do with a config-error, or an error in a heading-template file, or something similar.
     
    PoPSiCLe, Jul 20, 2014 IP
  3. Nigel Lew

    Nigel Lew Notable Member

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    Whoa you definitely stuffed up something. When I visit that site its trying to run the updater to install a new version. That is bad, very bad.

    Without some access it would take a while to debug this one.

    Check app>etc>config.xml and see what is going on if anything different.

    Also, see if you have maintenance flag in your root folder. Do not, I repeat, do not mess with updating that from /downloader.

    Nigel
     
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    Nigel Lew, Jul 20, 2014 IP
  4. gizmo101.net

    gizmo101.net Member

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    Problem solved.
     
    gizmo101.net, Jul 20, 2014 IP
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    What I am seeing currently is an apache issue. Almost like the host updated php without telling anyone.

    Any hoo. If you can flesh it out I am happy to take a look. I have to mess with Magento on a daily basis but I have not seen that sort of issue since around the 1.3 branch

    N.
     
    Nigel Lew, Jul 20, 2014 IP
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    Hi,

    I saw your site. It looks preety good. All the best with its business.

    Thanks
     
    Harshal shah, Oct 14, 2014 IP