Is anyone else getting "500" Server Errors when doing FINDS in Family Tree
have been getting this for the past few days
Windows Machine with Chrome Browser
@Dennis J Yancey
It appears so ...
Just some, that I found ...
In order of most recent ...
Category = Family Tree
HOME > FAMILYSEARCH HELP > FAMILY TREE
[ 1 ] ... Gone UNANSWERED ...
[ 2 ] ... Apart, from my 'feeble' attempt ... REALLY gone UNANSWERED ...
A little longer back ...
[ 3 ] ... NO real ANSWER ...
Oh, so MUCH longer back ( 2018 ) ...
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I do not know, if this may help/assist; but, I just thought you need to know.
I have been getting this error for days how do I fix it.
have you tried clearing the cache on your browser/
do you get the error when you use a different browser or different device?
The HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) 500 Internal Server Error server error response code indicates that the server encountered an unexpected condition that prevented it from fulfilling the request. This error response is a generic "catch-all" response.
Will Error 500 fix itself?
This error message is often temporary and the website may quickly fix itself. For example, many people may be connecting to the website at once, causing the problem. You may just need to wait a few minutes — or a few seconds — before trying again, and the website may work properly.
The only thing is to clear the cache and cookies on Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Opera, if you using the Apple Products as in Macbook Pro or IMAC or Iphone or Ipad same thing you can clear the cache, cookies to. May sure that you have updated Version of as in Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Opera, Plus also make apple software is up to date to hear is how to update the apple software to hear is the URL Link to https://support.apple.com/en-gb/guide/safari/sfri11471/mac
For Google Chrome
For Mozilla Firefox
For Microsoft Edge
Like anything that saves your personal information, it could enhance your browsing experience, but it could also lead to issues like:
Clearing your cookies regularly helps maintain the privacy and security of your personal information online. It also enhances your overall experience.
Just like tidying up your physical space, regularly clearing your cookies helps keep your digital life organized and streamlined. Make it a monthly habit for a smoother online experience.
Plus it be good to have a good up to date Virus Protection to and it be best run it encase there anything that might be preventing it to. I hope this help out to.