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How do I fix 7 Common WordPress Errors?

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When it comes to content management of sites, surely it is WordPress is one of the best and simplest choices. However, when something goes wrong with your WordPress site, it's definitely not good for you, although it's a situation that most platform users have experienced. So see how you can deal, 7 with the most common bugs presented in WordPress.

  1. WordPress White Screen of Death

This error is displayed without any error warning. If you are a user of Windows, you may be familiar with the White Screen of Death. The main reasons for this are the limited memory limit and poorly planned themes or plugins.

Solutions:

Raise the memory limit

Use the default theme

Disable all your plugins

  1. Internal server error

Another one of the most common bugs that almost every wordpress site will encounter at least once. This is an error message indicating a problem with your server. For this reason there are many possible causes:

Exhausted PHP memory limit

Incorrect plugin features

Incorrect Topic Functions

Problem in .htaccess

Solutions:

Raise the memory limit

Edit the .htaccess file

Disable all plugins

Re-update wp-admin and wp-includes folders

  1. Connection timeout expired

This error is usually caused by the overloaded shared server. The most common reasons for this problem are:

Large plugins

Problems operating errors

Exhausted PHP memory limit

Solutions:

Increase the PHP memory limit

Turn off all plugins and remove what's causing the problem

Go to a default WordPress theme to check if the issue is causing you the problem.

  1. 404 Page Error

This error is usually caused when the site does not find the page you are looking for. You also have problems with the permalink and ht.access settings.

Solutions:

Restore permalinks by clicking settings> permalink.

You can also rewrite the rules manually to replace the default permalink settings.

  1. Error installing database connection

This error, as its name implies, means that the connection to the database has been lost. Common causes of this error are:

Problem with your hosting server

Error in wp-config.php file

Hacking on your site

Solutions:

Fix the problems with your hosting server

Scan it and check if it has been tampered with

Edit PHP files

  1. Password recovery and email do not work

It's common for someone to forget the password or email they've used on the platform, so it's possible to recover, but sometimes it does not work. The cause of this error is still a mystery, but there are some things you can do about it.

Solutions:

Edit the functions.php file

Reset your email and password through phpMyadmin.

  1. Site not available due to scheduled maintenance

This error is usually caused by a broken or incomplete WordPress update. The main reason for this error is that when WordPress updates a plugin or theme, it places your site in maintenance mode. If the update is stopped, it keeps your site in maintenance mode.

Solutions:

Manually update your WordPress installation

Delete the .maintenance file by going to the root directory through FTP or file manager.

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