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A client of ours has the domain http://moneynotes.co.uk/wp, but unfortunately it just shows the page for a second and then shows a blank screen.

Why is this? What is missing or what is wrong?

James

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This is a known issue. There's an evil warlock lives in a cave in a far away land, he spends his life disrupting peoples Wordpress installs. He really is a terrible person but there's not much anyone can do about it =/ (TL,DR; stupid questions get stupid answers) –  sam Dec 9 '11 at 13:06
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@sam I don't know if it's a stupid question. Certainly a question lacking enough detail to solicit an accurate answer. –  jscott Dec 9 '11 at 13:07
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We can't possibly diagnose this without access to the code. It's obviously doing something that's causing a 500 error - maybe to do with that Tweet bar or something. –  Dan Dec 9 '11 at 13:15
    
WP-Admin doesn't work either (Assuming default address), so whatever is broken is good and proper broken. Edit: Ah, it does, kinda. I think this is a mod-rewrite issue. Maybe. –  Dan Dec 9 '11 at 13:16
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@Tim: OH LOOK A 301 and a 404! –  Bart Silverstrim Dec 9 '11 at 14:44
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This looks like an issue with .htaccess or Mod Rewrite or something similar. After a few seconds your page is directing to the top level directory. If you stop the page while loading, all of the links do the same. I.e.:

http://moneynotes.co.uk/welcome-to-money-notes/

It's the top level that is giving a 500 error.

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