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    Hey people!

    I upgraded my hosting plan to deluxe, and after the upgrade was complete I started getting a bunch of errors and the admin pages are just throwing PHP errors as well. I’m stumped on how to fix this. I installed a fresh copy of WP in another directory and it worked fine, until I installed enfold, then I started getting the same exact errors I’m getting on my main website.

    You can check out the errors at

    Thank you everyone in advance!


    Hey Citrusjohn!

    The warning/error message tells you that the server tried to write the session data but it failed because it couldn’t open the temporary session folder (/home/content/21/10078221/tmp/sess_kskdel2l5qsk9ucaendi2348r2) to write the session data (failed: Permission denied). Please ask your hoster to fix the folder/session permissions. Without sessions you can’t use the theme properly.

    For more information you can read and

    Best regards,


    Great, thanks for the response.

    I didn’t have a tmp/sessions folder. So I made one, and gave it the right permissions. I threw the folder in the root of my godaddy shared server. I also included “session.save_path = “tmp/sessions”” to my Php.ini. I have tried contacting Godaddy, but they’re not really helping.

    If I can’t get this resolved within the next day, who’s a good host for WordPress sites? Just mainly small-scale dev sort of stuff.

    Thank you!



    After a few hours, the fixes finally took place. So I’m now back in working order. Thanks Peter for your help!

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