OK, I’ve deleted your topic on he Graphene Mobile forum.
With regard to your issue, it’s almost impossible for us to help you here without looking at the server’s error log. The 500 Internal Server Error is usually associated with, well, server errors. Examples are insufficient memory, improper configurations, permissions issue, etc. If you can get the server’s error log, we’ll be able to help you further, or at least point you in the right direction.
I found the bad plugin which was causing the error but now when I try to activate te plugin i’m getting a fatal error (so I use too much of my server RAM). When I disabled all of my plugins, my website is still using 40% of my memory.
I’ve changed my wordpress setting so I can now use 128M RAM.
I know it’s not the best solution (can cause instability and webhost can ‘ban’ you) but we’ll see 🙂
Many thanks for your help! 🙂
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