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Blank Cpanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cgzaich, Sep 9, 2012.

  1. cgzaich

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    Hello, I'm a newbie in website development. I'm basically in my 1st grade if I were in a school for website designing. I have a problem.My Boss gave me a Cpanel to practice on. I was working fine with it until yesterday. When I tried to login, it was working fine. But, it displays a blank page. I would really love to hear from experts like you guys. What am I supposed to do? Can I reset my Cpanel since it has no significant content yet? Thank you for even reading this message. :)
     
  2. MilesWeb

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    It depends as to where exactly you see a blank page ? Perform a upcp which might help. Check for cPanel error logs file to investigate.
     
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    Does it show blank page right after login? Or after clicking on any function. Checking cPanel logs will be best option.
     
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    Thank you for your replies guys. The blank page is the Cpanel itself. That page right after you log in to your cpanel. But, it's okay now. I completely had no Idea why the things that I did, worked. I renamed a file called "x3". I have not read from any forums to do that. I just hope it's not a stupid move that will give me future problems. Anyways, I will take note of your suggestions just in case I will have future problems related to this again.

    a. UPCP
    b. error logs
    c. cpanel logs


    I have no idea what they are but I will research about them. :)

    Thank you Guys. :)
     
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    Glad to know that it's all working now. It looks like the issue was with the theme & that's the reason changing the theme worked. Do give a shout and a member on forums will assist !
     
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