How To Fix the 500 Internal Server Error

You Might See a 500 Error

“500 Internal Server Error”
“HTTP 500 – Internal Server Error”
“Temporary Error (500)”
“Internal Server Error”
“HTTP 500 Internal Error”
“500 Error”
“HTTP Error 500”
“500. That’s an error”

1. Reload the website. You can do that by clicking the F5 or refresh button, or trying the URL again from the browser.

2. Clear your browser’s cache and cookies. If there’s a problem with the cached version of the page you’re viewing, it could be causing HTTP 500 issues.

3. It’s not very common, but some servers produce a 500 Internal Server Error when in reality a more appropriate message based on the cause of the problem is 504 Gateway Timeout.

4. Come back later. Unfortunately, at this point, the 500 Internal Server Error is no doubt a problem outside your control that will eventually get fixed by someone else.