17th January 2018 at 10:28 am #9775
Their assertion makes very little sense.
Their configuration is calling for php modules that they have not installed! So it’s also unlikely that any of your old scripts are the cause.
I’m encouraged by this and will go back into battle with them!
I mean for you to methodically strip out all of the block code you have there, and put it back bit-by-bit to identify what in that code is causing that block (only) to stall.
Point taken. I’ve been out all day today but have a full day here tomorrow and will tackle it as you propose.
This is what I would do if I could access your site 🙁
Are you STILL unable to access the site?? That’s serious – i know of several European users who have been on the site today without any problems. Can this just be a regional access issue?? Seems odd.
Ron in France
kiwitrees 3.3.9; PHP 7.3.5