This can happen after a migration. The issue is that something in the configuration is incorrect.

  1. Login via FTP
  2. Rename your .htaccess file to .htaccess.bak
  3. Delete any php.ini files
  4. Clear browser cache
  5. Reload the page.
  6. Login to WordPress and save permalinks (otherwise pages will show Not Found)

If this does not work you have a few more options.

  • Make sure in MultiPHPManager that the site is using the latest version of ea-php and php-fpm is enabled.
  • Delete the .htaccess file in wp-content and any caching files.
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