1. completely resetting my cpanel
2. adjusting memory limit
3. adding upload folder in storage dir
4. checking permissions
5. using a different o.c. version - which resulted in more restores and losing all my data
6. commenting out the lines that state there is an error.
I really need some help...
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And a DEV is probably the only one, able to assist...
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It took me switching from Name.com to GoDaddy to be able to see the ACTUAL error, which I am soooo very upset at name.com for. During the installation at GoDaddy i got 2 errors from Installatron which basically let me know that the highest php version being supported atm is 7.0 and 7.1 is too high. A quick check of my specs on Name.com showed me that i was running 7.1 I think its so unprofessional of Name.Com to just say this is a "coding" problem and they don't provide coding support when this is CLEARLY an issue with a recent update they installed on the server. Now i'm just going to wait for the year to end and stick with GoDaddy.
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