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Sounds like a couple of possibilities 1) an upgrade that may not have completed successfully or fully - try reloading wordpress completely (download and ftp). This has happening to a few folk or 2) a plugin that may not be compatible with new version. For debugging purposes, try deactivating one by one till problem goes away (or deactivate all, then ...


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I found this message from Mark Jaquith, WP lead developer: The WordPress core team is quite aware of this issue, and it is absolutely something that needs to be solved. It is an issue with how the menus are saved. Too much data is passed back. It takes a lot of memory and computation time, and many servers are configured to have limits on the ...


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Error 500 is very generic and can be caused by numerous underlying issues. Your first step should be locating error log for your hosting account or asking support to help with that. My weak guess would be that your file gets created with file permissions that are not secure enough to hosting configuration.


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Your add_theme_support() call syntax is incorrect. It should be: add_theme_support( $feature, $callback ) Where $feature = 'admin-bar', and $callback = 'callback_function_name' Have you defined a callback? More importantly: are you absolutely sure you even need to enable Theme support for this feature? It is only required for overriding the default ...


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1) Don't alter or edit core Wordpress files or folders. 2) There is no function in Wordpress core that dynamically generates a robots.txt file. The theme you are using is trying to create the robots.txt file with that function in functions.php and must be creating it with the wrong character encoding, and that is causing the 500 Server Error. 3) Disable ...


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Looks like you are using one of the hacks to have the same wp-config.php file in development and deployment environments. AS it is noted at the end of that page, the hack were not tested in restricted environments like your. If you are not in development phase anymore then you should change your code in wp-config.php and manually set the constants instead of ...


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I am going to start guessing at an answer since comments are getting long and I think I am pretty close. And this would be a long comment. I'll delete the answer if it doesn't lead anywhere. If you remove the uniqueID parameter, the page loads correctly-- no image but it has a 200 status not a 500. Try: ...



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