WordPress Error

When we try to look at our being developed WordPress site in a browser (FireFox, Chrome) we get this:

Error displaying the error page: Application Instantiation Error

It looks fine in design mode.

What causes this?

Thanks
Richard KortsAsked:
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lenamtlCommented:
Hi,

Could you check if the installation folders belong to Wordpress or Joomla?
Go to you cpanel, plesk or directadmin or use FTP and check the files.

if you go to (replace the url with your domain name)
www.yoursite.com/administrator 
do you see a login page for Joomla?
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Richard KortsAuthor Commented:
To lenamtl:

I used www.rkassoc.org/Phils/administrator. I get the attached.

If you go to rkassoc.org/Phils/wp-admin, the site is there & can be viewed, changed, etc. using WordPress.

It is NOT in Joomla
no-administrator.jpg
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lenamtlCommented:
Ok because I saw similar issue with Joomla.

If you go to this address you will see the site with no error using Chrome
http://www.rkassoc.org/Phils/

What is the exact page that shows the error?

Maybe try to clear your browser cache & history
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Richard KortsAuthor Commented:
lenamtl

It doesn't show an error now; my son changed the theme, that made it show things, but it's not right.

Just hold on, we need to look at some things.

Thanks
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lenamtlCommented:
Ok no problem
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Richard KortsAuthor Commented:
lenamtl

It seems to work now. We have it at a subfolder on our development site; specifically www.rkassoc.org/Phils.

Note that the subfolder is with a capital P; when I tried it in Chrome with the lower case p it didn't work.

I was always under the assumption that case sensitivity did not apply at the url level. Or does it?

The web server is Apache, so of course it's linux.

Thanks
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lenamtlCommented:
Yes it does on Linux server, Linux is case sensitive.
I'll try to avoid that in url/folder for this reason...
Same thing for images, files name ...

Most of webserver are on Linux OS.

By the way, you can run Apache on Windows, in that situation it will not be case sensitive.

I use Wampserver for my local dev projects on Windows http://www.wampserver.com/en/
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lenamtlCommented:
I know that you are at the beginning of the project and just want to let you know that
I see there is a problem with you template, you are using Bootstrap but there is a problem.
Resize your browser you will see the site is not rendering correctly.

You can find several great template at low price on Themeforest
http://themeforest.net/category/wordpress

Good luck
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