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    Start5ing sometime in late November, a series of “pointers” we have with domain names to Index pages of posts inside the Enfold theme started to not point “correctly” – instead giving us a WHITE PAGE and error note citing that page wasn’t working.

    Can someone tell me how to point effectively to our index pages? It is now at critical mass where we’ll need to find another option to use soon and cost a lot of time and money to do so.

    I look forward to your input.


    Hey 2GuysTalking,

    Could you link to the page where we can see the error please?

    Best regards,


    Here is one of many.

    It’s the man Category Index page for many of the categories.

    Each of the programs has a domain name pointing to it. Some work, some don’t but they fail for what is no rhyme or reason. It’s getting series and we need to find a solution immediately.

    Thank you for your assistance and I am ready to give you any insight you need.



    Thanks for the link though I’m getting a 500 internal server error. Could you check that out and hopefully get the site back up please?

    Best regards,


    Alright. So you got to say: and you see – what?

    Are you getting a “500 error” there or ?

    How about going here?

    Let me know more. Having the point the domain names to the last episode visited is VERY frustrating, time-consuming and it appears to be something amiss inside of WordPress.




    I get the same result on both links you posted:

    The page isn’t working is currently unable to handle this request.
    HTTP ERROR 500

    Best regards,


    I was having this same issue and uninstalled the theme and reinstalled it through ftp and that fixed the issue for me. My issue was the same error as yours, except mine occurred when trying to edit the pages.

    Hopefully this works for you.

    Obviously wordpress being updated and all of the plugins being updated as well.

    Best of luck.


    @2guystalking defining a higher memory limit in wordpress and if possible increasing the memory on the hosting server should resolve this issue.

    To increase the wordpress memory limit please access wp-config.php file and add the below line

    define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M');

    For a detailed explaination please check this link
    and you can contact your service provider to increase the memory limit.

    If you still have an issue please try the solution shared by @micheal0424

    Let us know if you have any questions, we are happy to help.

    Best regards,

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