Viper0409 Posted December 26, 2005 Share Posted December 26, 2005 Hi Jack and thanks for taking the time to reply to my posts. I tried your suggestions and am not having much luck, I made a copy of a few files including customers.php and renamed them links.php, and then clicked on Links Manager in Admin and still keep getting the same error 500. However when I delete everthing in the address bar after admin/ and then type, say, newsletter.php, it goes directly to that page. So it seems there is something in the links manager script that is throwing the 500 error. I tried typing in the address after admin/ of links.php, link_categories.php and links_contact.php and still get the same error. When I click on Links Manager in Admin, this is the address that is displayed in the address bar in IE, https://***.**.***.**/mydomain.com.au/admin/links.php?selected_box=links&osCAdminID=514b43fedb2eb1e69e7835eae473b5d4 The above address has a few things changed around for security reasons. This has to be something so simple, that I am, perhaps, overlooking. :huh: Viper Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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