Tired of getting these errors in IIS for WordPress? This is the 500 error normally displayed when there is a website problem. But behind it is the real error, that you need to see, without logging into the web server and running it locally.
Here is one of the many wordpress errors that may be behind the infamous IIS 500 error.
How do you get to see the real error? it’s actually really simple, just login to IIS and edit the feature settings for error pages. First open IIS and go to your site. Then double click on error pages.
<httpErrors errorMode=”Detailed” />