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If you are using Mozilla Firefox for browsing websites, there is a tool that can help you debug HTML code. It is called Firebug and it can be used for analyzing and debugging HTML code. You can find more information about it at the following link to the official page of the addon: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/firebug/
When you receive the “MySQL server has gone away” error, this usually means that there is an issue with the database, associated with your website. The possible reasons are: There is a crashed table in the database that you are using. To resolve that, you can try repairing your database from your cPanel account [...]
This is usually a hard PHP error to fix, if there are different included, because they should be inspected carefully for code faults. However, here are the most common reasons that you need to be looking for when trying to fix it: Check carefully the header() statement for code errors as this is the [...]
By default, the register_globals is set to off on all TMDHosting servers. However, if you need to turn them on, there is a simple procedure in order to do that. You need to access your account via FTP or from your cPanel account > Files > File Manager and navigate to the public_html directory of [...]
If you are receiving a Potential Security Risk message from your script, that means that the file’s permissions are not set correctly. You need to connect to your account on the server via FTP or from your cPanel > Files > File Manager and change the permissions for this file to 644. This will resolve [...]
If you have deleted your public_html directory of your account by mistake, you can easily create a new one with the same name via FTP or from your cPanel > Files > File Manager. However, if you had some content in that folder and you would like to retrieve it again, please open a new [...]
If you are receiving this error message, this is an indication that there is an issue with the server, where your account is being hosted. You need to open a new ticket and our Technical Support team will be more than glad to assist you in resolving that as soon as possible.
If you are receiving this error message, this is an indication that there is an issue with the ASP.NET framework on the server. You need to open a new ticket and our Technical Support team will be more than glad to assist you in resolving that as soon as possible.
The error message indicates that the content that you are trying to access is not present on the server. The most common reasons for that are: The content is missing. Make sure that the file or folder that you are trying to access is uploaded at the correct location on your account. Some of [...]
If you are receiving Error 403 – Forbidden message when trying to access your website, this is because of a restricted access to the web page that you are trying to open. The most probable causes for that are: The access from a certain IP address has been denied. This is done in the [...]
If you receive the “Internal server error 500”, the best way to resolve that issue is to check the Error log. You can find it in your cPanel account > Error Log. From there you will get more information about the nature of the error, which will allow you to find the cause and fix [...]