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The typical cause of an overlaid subroot.php file is copying the file from your WampServer to your hosting service web site.  The following image shows the error message you might receive if you inadvertently copied the subroot.php file.  
 
The typical cause of an overlaid subroot.php file is copying the file from your WampServer to your hosting service web site.  The following image shows the error message you might receive if you inadvertently copied the subroot.php file.  
  
[[Image:subroot_overlay_sympton.jpg]]   
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The subroot.php file might then contain the following:
 
The subroot.php file might then contain the following:
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== Related Links ==  
 
== Related Links ==  
  
[[Move your configuration files]]
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[[Category:Troubleshooting]]
 
[[Category:Troubleshooting]]

Latest revision as of 23:04, 28 January 2015

Typical cause

The typical cause of an overlaid subroot.php file is copying the file from your WampServer to your hosting service web site. The following image shows the error message you might receive if you inadvertently copied the subroot.php file.

Subroot overlay sympton.jpg

The subroot.php file might then contain the following:

Subroot overlaid.jpg

Recommended actions

In order to fix this problem, you need to either restore a back up copy of your web site subroot.php file, or edit it with the File Manager in your Control Panel, as shown below:

Subroot recovery.jpg

Related Links

The following provide additional security measures:

Controlling Site Access

Protecting Resources

Checking your site for Malware