Hey, everybody. I'm Ryan Rigney, the editor and owner of SlapStic.com, which is a fairly successful gaming blog. I've been using !Joomlacomment for maybe a month or so and I love it. It integrates with community builder perfectly and has a great style that looks really good on my site.
Unfortunately, this morning I encountered a pretty severe problem with an article I had posted the night before. The article had gotten about 900 hits, but suddenly stopped getting hits at a unknown point during the night. Whenever users tried to access the article from this point forward, they encountered a mostly blank page with this error message:
The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set of HTTP headers.
The shortened version of the article still appeared on my home page, along with the comment count (22) and the image I had put at the top. However, when users tried to view the whole article, they received the aforementioned error message.
All other articles on the site worked great, however. When I realized that when I went to the "manage comments" tab on my Joomlacomment component through the administrator backend, I got the exact same error message, I did the math and realized that Joomlacomment was the thing causing the problem.
So I added the article in question to the "exclude" list and sure enough, the page started working correctly again. Obviously, Joomlacomment is the culprit. I've searched literally EVERYWHERE online and I don't think an answer is out there. For the time being I've installed yvcomment, and am using it SOLELY on the one article that didn't work previously. I don't want to have to do that, and I want to be able to manage my comments through the backend. Can anyone help me out?
PS: Sorry for the wall of text