A 500 internal server error is, as the name implies, a general problem with the website’s server. More than likely, this means there’s an issue or temporary glitch with the website’s programming.An internal server error is an error on the web server you’re trying to access. That server is misconfigured in some way that prevents it from responding properly to what you’re asking it to do. Think of it like the web’s version of a blue screen.
Why am I getting an internal server error?
An “Internal Server Error” happens within the web server attempting to show you a web page. It’s usually a server-side problem out of your control. I’m trying to download software from a specific site.
What is a 500 Internal Server Error?
Simply put, an Internal Server Error means the problem is originating from within the page you are trying to access. The solution, therefore, exists within the developers of the site who can identify the causes of the error. The 500 Internal Server Error is the general catch all error when the server throws an exception.
Why do I get internal server errors when clearing cache?
Internal Server Errors are not often caused by caching issues, but we have, on occasion, seen the error go away after clearing the cache. It’s such an easy and harmless thing to try, so don’t skip it. Delete your browser’s cookies.