No Input File Specified Error

The No Input File Specified message can be due to a server configuration and there are some steps that can be taken to resolve the issue.

If you are comfortable with the technical instructions below, please go ahead and run through them.

If not, please feel free to contact your host and ask them to run through them.

Please follow these steps:

1) create a text file using notepad

2) copy and paste following lines into the notepad file.

cgi.force_redirect = 0

cgi.fix_pathinfo = 1

3) Rename text file to php.ini and “Copy as” the same file to php5.ini

4) Copy php.ini and php5.ini to root of website using ftp.

5) Wait a few minutes to refresh your server cache and then test your site.

If the above did not resolve the issue, then perhaps the host does not support custom php.ini. If that is the case, please ask your host how you can add the following lines to your host php.ini

cgi.force_redirect = 0

cgi.fix_pathinfo = 1

For Those Who Use GoDaddy Hosting:

Please note the php initialization file on GoDaddy can actually vary depending on the type of hosting account being used. Some use php.ini and others use user.ini

There is a bit more info on this from GoDaddy here: https://ph.godaddy.com/help/what-filename-does-my-php-initialization-file-need-to-use-8913

If user.ini is used for your hosting account then the steps above would be adjusted accordingly.

It may also take some time for the updates to take effect once they are made.

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