For the relaunch of a project’s website, we chose to use two CMSes: Magento for managing products and being able to actually sell products online and WordPress for good old content such as news around products and company, information about the products’ designers and other similar stuff. But we were also having “satellite sites” / microsites around specific products or brands that were managed in different content management systems on different servers. This made publishing content to those different websites challenging and confusing for the editors as well as maintaining the sites for me as developer.
I tried to re-install my favourite running tracking application and failed, I just wouldn’t stop getting Internal Server Error 500. I quickly figured that I would have to look into the error logs to actually see what is going wrong. But that’s not activated by default, so I had to enable PHP error-logging manually.
Of course, I thought that the Internal Server Error 500 might be caused by some errerous entry in the .htaccess-files.