How to Fix 500 Internal Server error in cPanel

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In today's article, I will guide you, How to Fix 500 Internal Server error in cPanel. So let's get started.

v First go to your cPanel account, and then login.

v After that find out the "Files" section, and then here you can see the "File Manager" option.

v Simply click on it, and then go inside to the public_HTML.

v Now here you need to remove the content of ".htaccess" file, basically this is a hidden file, So for seeing it, simply click on "settings" option, and then select "Show Hidden" Files option, and then click on "save" button.

v So now here you can see all hidden files will appear.

v Select the ".htaccess" file and then right click on it.

v Here you can see the Edit option, So simply click on it, and then again click on edit button.

v Now here you can see a code inside to this file, So simply remove the all code inside the file, and then click on "Save Changes" button

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