I just uploaded a test site to a web host for testing the EasyBlog Free widget. But after the completion of upload when I tried to access the Blog control panel I just reached a page which just shows the source code of the “easyblog.php” file not the actual login panel.
I checked and my hosting supports php an MySQL. Do you know how I can resolve this issue?
Thanks in advance.
Seeing the PHP file as source code usually means that the server PHP support is not active. Do you have any URL that we can check?
Yes, I have the URLs:
But the Homepage of my hosting’s website says that it supports php however:
I just checked my hosting’s control panel and it shows it’s currently using “PHP 7.1”. Is EasyBlog compatible with this version of PHP? My web host gives the option to switch to older versions of PHP if neccessary.
It should be compatible with PHP7, buy maybe you can downgrade it to check it if works.
Anyway, in our experience, free hostings usually carry problems and/or restrictions that may affect the PHP code.
You can try to upload a PHPinfo file, to be sure that PHP is working in the server. More info at: https://mediatemple.net/community/products/dv/204643880/how-can-i-create-a-phpinfo.php-page
Just tried the following URL and the Login page opened but I can’t log-in:
By the way I’m using “Muse to WordPress” plug-in to convert my Muse made pages to WordPress themes. Could it possibly be the cause of problem?
- This reply was modified 3 months ago by g1557757.
Good news. Just removed the “Muse to WordPress” plug-in on another site and it worked. But is there any way to make this compatible with the plug-in?
I’m glad it worked 🙂
We have not tested that plugin, but since the plugin and WordPress folder structure is different from the default Muse structure, you would need to rewrite a lot of code to make it work inside WordPress.
Anyway, Easyblog is a WordPress alternative. If you are using WordPress, you should be able to use it as your blogging tool.
Yeah that makes sense. But I think EasyBlog is more usable here.
Anyway thanks for your helps.
(Although I have another issue which I think belongs to another thread so I’ll start a thread for it soon.)
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