Normally error “0” shows when query string is too large and “action” parameter can’t receive by POST/GET, so you need to make sure your server can able to receive all posted data. You can set a temp admin in your site if you let us(to contact us section) dig down the issue.
I’ve checked with phpinfo() function that it is using these values. What else could it be? This is happening on a mission-critical project and I need to get back to adding fields as soon as possible. Please help!!!
Thanks for emailing me about this. I contacted my host and they were able to find a solution. The SuPHP_ConfigPath needed to be added to .htaccess file. I don’t know if this will help anyone else but that was what worked in my situation.
Thank you for the help,
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