Fix WordPress Error
WordPress is simple and easier to use, there might be some common WordPress error that can make you annoyed. The good thing about it is that the WordPress error you encounter on your site can be easily reported and resolved by the team of experts.
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Some of the common WordPress errors are:
Internal Server Error
When the server encounters an internal error occurs due to misconfiguration and was unable to respond the users request.
How to fix: Contact the server administrator and inform all the necessary details like the time when the error occurred or anything you did before that might caused the error.
Additionally internal server error occurs while trying to use ErrorDocument to handle the request.
The Blank White Screen
It is a common WordPress error known as “white screen of death”, blank broser pages where your website should be the most irritating thing to deal with, as it also block access to your admin panel.
The major issue of this error is plugin conflict either with other plugin or with active theme.
How to fix: There are 5 steps to follow.
You can login to your WordPress admin, go to Dashboard-> Updates and apply any WordPress updates, Plugin updates and Theme updates available.
If you have premium themes or plugins updates, be sure to check with the theme author or marketplace where you bought it to see if an updates available.
2.1 Connect to the site via your FTP client and navigate to the wp-content folder.
2.2 Rename the plugins folder to plugins-old
Renaming your folder forces all your plugins so they cannot conflict with one another.
2.3 Attempt to access WordPress admin page
If this solved it, a plugin was the major issue. Rename the folder to plugins and then visit the plugins page. Reactivate your plugins one at a time, reloading your site ina new browser tab after each reactivation until it breaks. This should help you in finding which plugin triggers the problem. Simply repeat these steps again, then delete the annoyed plugin.
Check Your Theme:
If your theme author has throughly tested your main theme but due to some issue your theme may be corrupted, become infected walware or have a problem with your server’s configuration prevents your site from working.
To ensure the theme files are sound, try reinstalling the theme and leave any customization or child themes out for now.
Check Your .HTACCESS:
This file control some aspect of security on your site, and how redirects work, including permalinks in WordPress. Some security plugins will modify this incorectly
Which causes problems in WordPress. Your host may also implement specific .htaccess rules that cause problems in WordPress.
Check PHP and Caching:
In most cases, it is better to manage caching from WordPress with a plugin designed for WordPress unless you are on Managed WP hosting.
This error occurs when a error when a user visits a single post on there site they get a 404 page-not found.
How to fix: The user can browse all other section of their site including the admin area. The most common cause of this error is permalink setting. To solve this issue a user need to reconfigure their permalink settings or manually update their rewrite rules. [Fix WP postts returning 404 error]
File Syntax Error
This error usually occurs when you are trying to add code snippets into WordPress and have accidentally missed something or the code has incorrect syntax.
How to fix: To fix this issue you will have to correct the syntax.
How to Fix the Error Establishing a Database Connection in WordPress
This error message is clear that your website is unable to connect to the database.
Usually this occurs when a user has entered or modified their database credentials (database host, database username, and database password) incorrectly.
Note : Might be possible that database is corrupted
Hope you find this article helpful. To get additional help contact us WordPress Technical Support