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My browser is Safari.
Now that I think about it, this happened right after I got a weird error while trying to edit the header block.
"500 server error" usually means that the server is not allowed to serve up the file.
When I look at the Fundamental demo page, the next line is
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/application/files/cache/css/fundamental/main.css"></link>
This is the first call to the 'application' folder so I would make sure the permissions are correct on the applications folder. You can either use your hosts Control Panel -> File Manager to access the file structure and set permissions to 755 or Filezilla can do this as well.
A while ago, I posted a bug report on something similar and Andrew says they are working on it but I think it still exists:
Do you have access to your site via Filezilla or your host's Control Panel -> File manager? If so, try deleting the files INSIDE the 'application/files/cache' folder (leaving an empty 'cache' folder in place)
I still can't sign on to my website. I can log in to my Concrete5 account. My username and password for my website should be the same.
Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 500 (Internal Server Error)
This shows up right after this line:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="/packages/fundamental/themes/fundamental/css/normalize.css"/>
What file is being called right after this line?
I got the same problem with concrete 126.96.36.199 when I moved to online web server, I've solved it by giving write permission to webserver user for folder "application/files/cache" and by deleting all the content of "application/files/cache".