Last Updated on 09/01/2022 by OTC
A frustrating interruption to anyone’s day is the infamous 500 internal server error.
When it happens not only do you lose traffic or potential site revenue, but it can also reflect badly on your site’s reputation and even affect your Google rankings. Furthermore, 500 server errors can sometimes be an indicator of compromise — the result of unsuccessful malware, damaged .htaccess files, or broken script injections nestled somewhere on the site.
In this article, we’ll explain more about 500 internal server errors, what they mean for you and your website visitors, and how to troubleshoot these errors to get your website back online again.