I finally was able to find a guide that was able to allow me to setup Moodle on 1&1 Shared hosting environment. To me, the only thing that I followed was deactivating “slash arguments” from “http://yourserver/admin/settings.php?section=http” section. Once I did that, then my web HTML 1.0 site, got converted into a web HTML 3.0 (at least).
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Source: Installing moodle 2.6 on 1&1 Host » Gistlabs.net
so i transfered all my blog post from my own local server to 1&1 and since the transferer i was experiencing “Error 500” from the server. i could barely do anything becuase of that error. yester after being on the phone for 30 hour we realized that it was because of php. i currently have php4 and php5 on my server, but php4 is the default. if i want to have php5 on that host i will need to specify it on the “.htaccess” that this host will be running php5 and that did take care of the problem ;).