Troubleshooting PHP Applications
Check that you are using the correct application type by locating your application in the Application list. PHP applications should appear with "Apache/PHP-FPM" as the application type.
If your application is not a "Apache/PHP-FPM" application, then create a new application of the correct type, copy your files into the new application directory, and then edit your site configuration to have it serve the new application.
If you are already using the correct "Apache/PHP-FPM" application type then you might be overriding the system PHP handler in your application's
To check this, inspect the
.htaccessfile in your application's top-level directory and look for lines mentioning
SetHandler, then comment them out by adding a
#at the beginning of the line.
For example, if you see this:
... then change it to this:
Be sure to save the file after making these changes.
View the source of the blank page as it may contain partially-rendered code and/or error messages related to the problem.
Check your application's error logs in
~/logs/appnameas it may contain error messages related to the problem.
If your application has a debug mode of operation then activate it and reload the page. This may allow the application to display diagnostic information and/or error messages related to the problem.