WordPress for Joomla! 500 Error

A few users have gotten a 500 error after installing WordPress for Joomla! and WordPress MU for Joomla! extensions. If you don’t know, a 500 Error is a server related error. I’ve been trying to figure out why this happens, and I think I’ve narrowed the issue down to a problem with the 1&1 hosting company.

Thankfully, one of the users just found a fix to this. All you have to do is put this line of code on your .htaccess file:

AddType x-mapp-php5 .php

It is as simple as that.

There is more information in 1&1 site. Our extension works on php4, but for some odd reason have to run it as php5 on the 1&1.

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7 thoughts on “WordPress for Joomla! 500 Error

  1. greenkoi

    I’m now able to click on Components, WordPress without getting an error, but when adding a comment from the Front End, the dreaded

    Error 500 – Internal server error

    An internal server error has occurred!
    Please try again later.

    Any thoughts ?

  2. ashif

    I am unable to access to administrator page it gives me an

    500 – An error has occurred.

    Unable to load the page you requested

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