Website Down after php update
However, recently, the hosting company (DreamHost) upgraded their php, which was incompatible with Concrete, and the entire current site went down. We were only able to see an error code (I have attached the top of it as a screenshot). Because the whole site was down, we were unable to log in to the backend as it lived on the site url (example.com/login) and therefore was also down.
We had the hosting company revert the phpl, but it did nothing. Neither us, nor the hosting company, nor the other company who originally built the site have been able to come up with a solution to rectify the error. But, the company who the site is for would like it back up and running as opposed to the Coming Soon mini-site we have deployed in its place while we build the new site.
Any thoughts or suggestions into how we can get the site back?
Concrete Version: 22.214.171.124
There could also be cache residue, so edit the /application/config settings to disable the cache and make sure any proxy caches are cleared/disabled.
Once you have it working, upgrade to 126.96.36.199, then to 8.5.1.
(make a backup first)
That will get you compatible with php7.2
An exception occurred while executing 'select akTextareaDisplayMode, akTextareaDisplayModeCustomOptions from atTextareaSettings where akID = ?' with params ["2"]: SQLSTATE[42S22]: Column not found: 1054 Unknown column 'akTextareaDisplayModeCustomOptions' in 'field list'"
Can I fix this? Is this affecting google search results?
Also, we're having install issues simply trying to create a new Concrete5 site. Related??