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You may not have configured Apache. Add this line in your apache2.conf file: AddType application/x-httpd-php .php .htm .html Evidently, you should make sure you actually have installed and activated the PHP module first and foremost (the above Apache directive might not even be necessary in this case). In this regard, you can visit the ...
It might be a problem with file permissions, maybe related to the method you use for uploading the files, or as @webtoure pointed out with your apache set-up. The content @DaleAllen pointed out is the index.php of your WordPress installation. More critical I can see the content of your wp-config.php by directly pointing at it. Take a look at the codex ...
So your domain at yeara.net/odysseus loads the following in plain HTML: <?php /** * Front to the WordPress application. This file doesn't do anything, but loads * wp-blog-header.php which does and tells WordPress to load the theme. * * @package WordPress */ /** * Tells WordPress to load the WordPress theme and output it. * * @var bool */ ...
If the old blog and new blog have different domains then they didn't not remain the same. Share: current exact URL to the home page is intended to be? old exact URL to the home page was? Without knowing more it seems like either a URL/directory issue or perhaps an issue with the files/database migration.
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