Moved site from Localhost to Godaddy hosting and after I restored the site I got a completely blank screen in both the front end and backend. The source was completely blank.

I found this on OSTraining.com that let me see the errors by editing the “configuration.php” file in the CPanel. I changed “public $error_reporting = ‘development’;”.

https://www.ostraining.com/blog/joomla/white-screen-of-death/

I was now getting an error.

Error:
/home/myaccount/public_html/plugins/system/chronoengine_gcore2/chronoengine_gcore2.php on line 65

I recently upgraded the Chronoforms from version 5 to 6 while keeping 5 around. Their website said this was okay to do.

The site was working fine and this error seem to happen because of the restore. The restore was done through Akeeba Kickstart.

https://www.akeebabackup.com/support/akeeba-backup-3x/Ticket/27368-fatal-error-when-restoring-website.html

The end results was file permissions. My hosting account wouldn’t let me select a different PHP version. I had to contact tech support and they were surprised and had to go up to teir 3 to get it resolved. They determined it my CPanel account that was having permission issues to allow me to change the PHP version.

Once that was changed I was still unable to access the sites. I could put a HTML file there but couldn’t run any PHP. The folder permissions on the public folder needed to be reset to “750”. My sub-domain directories needed to be set to “755”. Godaddy said if I right-click on the folder I could change the permissions myself.

 

I hope this helps someone else out there….