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Posted on 2014-07-21
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I have changed my php website hosted in an provider. Actually, I want to show a temporary unavailable message.

After replacing the index.php with my attached file. It returns with error. Any idea ?

Tks
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Index.php.txt
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<?pp echo '<p>Sorry,...

Is that a typo?

<?php echo '<p>Sorry,...
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Re the permission error what do you have in your .htaccess and vhosts config
Is this shared hosting? If so you should get onto your host
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Try it like this:
<html>
 <head>
  <title>Under construction/title>
 </head>
 <body>
 <p>Sorry, we are currently conducing a re-design of our website. The new layout will be coming very soon. </p>
 </body>
</html>

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It could also be that the provider doesn't have "index.php" as an alternate default to display.
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Doesn't help. Our website is hosted on the web hosting provider. I have attached the .htaccess (ftp://xx.xx.xx.xx/domains/abc.com./public_html/app/webroot/) and my modified php for your reference.
Index.php.txt
.htaccess.txt
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Contact your hosting provider - this is likely something they have to fix.
There is nothing wrong with your htaccess - just to be sure this is Linux hosting or Windows with PHP and not just IIS on Windows?
Can you give the domain?
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The index.php.txt file is not a PHP script; it's an HTML script.  But that said, if you have PHP installed correctly, you could name it either index.html or index.php and it would be expected to work correctly.
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i didn't pay attention to the contents.  it should be renamed to index.html as ray as already indicated.
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Try both but it doesn't work, Tks
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it doesn't work
Right.  

And my car won't run, what's wrong?  You don't know because I didn't tell you anything about my car, like whether it was out of gas, or up on blocks, or had been stolen.

E-E is a pretty good place to get questions answered, but we are only experts, not mind readers.  When you can give us some evidence, links to URLs, actual error messages, etc., we can often help.
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Post the apache httpd.conf section which includes this domain.

Do an ls -lR on the directory above the webroot.
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Fixed the problem by renaming Index.html to index.html, Tks
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