Looking for help to update 2 websites

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Two websites has stopped working as host updated PHP.

Should be a quick fix for someone familiar with Concrete5, ideally someone in UK or Denmark.

http://konfliktvejledning.dk/ - ver 5.7.5.2 - PHP available is 7.1 or newer.
http://naviga.dk/ - ver. 5.7.4.2 - PHP available is 7.1 or newer.

UPDATE:
Managed to enable php errors and get past the Internal Error 500.

brianskov
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amandaj replied on at Permalink Reply
hi.

pm sent

amanda
PixelFields replied on at Permalink Reply
PixelFields
Hi Brian,

It should indeed be a quick fix for someone experienced in C5 but, as someone who is very experienced with C5 and updates in particular, I know there are problems with updating certain versions (particularly 7.1.13 to 8.2)!

Were these 2 sites on 5.6 or 7+?

Also, have you considered moving your hosting to a different provider with more php options? I can offer you php5.6 as standard for £25/month with no restrictions including SSL and emails that is hosted in the UK on SSD cloud platform.


Kind regards
Dave
brianskov replied on at Permalink Reply
brianskov
Hi Dave,

Thanks for replying.

Will confirm details asap.

Brian
brianskov replied on at Permalink Reply
brianskov
OK.

http://konfliktvejledning.dk/ - ver 5.7.5.2 - PHP available is 7.1 or newer.
http://naviga.dk/ - ver. 5.7.4.2 - PHP available is 7.1 or newer.
JohntheFish replied on at Permalink Reply
JohntheFish
I think those core versions should still be working with a host running php7.1.
https://documentation.concrete5.org/developers/installation/system-r...
tallacman replied on at Permalink Reply
tallacman
to find the version of concrete5 you go to the url and look at the code in the header. Info plainly displayed
Steevb replied on at Permalink Reply
Steevb
URL's don't work?
simonchilton replied on at Permalink Reply
simonchilton
Hi Brian. I have a lot of experience updating / troubleshooting concrete5. Often an issue is that the theme and add-ons are not compatible with newer versions and you have to pay a developer to modernise them. This is not an ideal solution.

If your sites are fairly small, you should consider rebuilding them in the latest version with a modern theme. That way your sites are on a good foundation and will be more future proof.

If they are large sites and you can't rebuild them, I can quote to help you but it can get expensive... you don't know until you look under the hood and find all the issues.

Simon.
WebigearDigital7 replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi,
I have 6+ Experience in Developing Concrete5 Websites.. Your task is just PHP version upgradation.. it will take only a few mins to do this..I can start straight away.