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The 5 Most Common WordPress Issues and How to Fix Them
You probably installed WordPress for its ease of use, but did you ever guess you would run into page errors? Probably not, but that鈥檚 okay. Sometimes WordPress has issues with a bad theme or plugin, and it needs a little extra help. Other times you may be tweaking something in WordPress and take a wrong turn. Help is on its way! Here are the 5 most common WordPress issues and how to fix them #8211; or find best wordpress hosting @聽https://hosting.review/best-wordpress-hosting/
Error Establishing Database Connection
This happens when a change has occurred to the database to make it stop responding to WordPress鈥 commands. This is most often caused by a change in the database name, username, or password.
Check Database Configuration
If you are getting the same error on all your WordPress installation pages, you鈥檙e probably looking at an issue with the database name, username, or password. Double check this information via your web host, then visit the wp-config.php file in a text editor via FTP and make sure the following lines match what you got from your web host:
Sometimes, but rarely, this error may be produced when your web server is getting hit with more traffic than it can handle. The most you can do here is upgrade your plan to support more traffic.
Syntax Errors
Sometimes when you鈥檙e working at adding code into WordPress, or have recently installed a new plugin or theme, you will run into an error page that starts off saying 鈥淧arse error, syntax error, unexpected end of file鈥︹ This just means that there鈥檚 an error in the code used to display the page, and it鈥檚 a relatively easy fix, especially since it tells you exactly where the error is at. Go to the file producing the error via FTP login, and check this handy guide to pasting code in WordPress which explains PHP syntax to figure out what needs to be changed.
If none of this works, you will need to contact your hosting provider to see if the issue is happening due to some misconfiguration on their side.
White Screen
The WordPress white screen is another issue that may happen to you. This is when you try to pull up a page in WordPress and get a blank white page with no error message instead. This most often happens when the PHP memory limit has been used beyond its limit.
Disable Plugins
If it is still happening to you, the next step is to disable all your WordPress plugins. Log in to your site via FTP and find the /wp-content/ directory. Find the file named plugins.php and rename it to plugins.old. This will disable all your plugins so you can reach the plugin page to try enabling them one at a time to find the rogue plugin.
Disable Theme
This issue may also be caused by a problematic theme being used, so if the above doesn鈥檛 work, the next step is to change your theme to the WordPress default. The easiest way to do this is to go into /wp-content/themes/ and delete the theme you are using. WordPress will then fallback on the default theme, twentyeleven.
Increase PHP Memory Limit
To do this, log in to your website via FTP and open the /wp-admin/php.ini file in a text editor (or create one). Then find or create these lines:
Increase the memory_limit line, then save your changes and try your website again.
If none of this works, you will need to contact your hosting provider to see if the issue is occurring on their end somehow.
404 Errors
Sometimes when you visit a post on your site, you鈥檒l get a 404 Error page. This most often happens when there is a problem with WordPress鈥 permalinks.
Refreshing Permalinks
The first thing you can do is re-save your permalink settings. So go to the administration panel, click on Settings, then click on Permalinks. On this page all you have to do is click on the Save Changes button. After this, try returning to your WordPress posts to see if that fixed the problem.
If this doesn鈥檛 work, you will need to contact your hosting provider to see if the issue is happening due to some misconfiguration on their side.
Internal Server Error
One of the most common (and irritating) WordPress issues is the internal server error. This often happens when WordPress encounters an issue but can鈥檛 recognize what that issue is. Due to this, it鈥檚 up to you to figure out what鈥檚 causing the issue.
PHP Memory
This WordPress issue may also happen if you鈥檙e draining all of your PHP memory, especially if you were previously working in the administration dashboard when the error occurred. Log in to your website via FTP and locate the /wp-admin/php.ini file or create your own via a text editor. Put this into the file, and change the memory_limit line to a higher number:
Save it, then upload it to your /wp-admin/ directory.
.htaccess
Sometimes the .htaccess file gets altered and may cause this issue. So one thing you can do is log in to your website via FTP and change the name of the .htaccess file to .htaccess.old. Once you鈥檝e done this, try opening up your WordPress website and see if it comes up.
Disable Your Plugins
If none of the above works, you probably have a plugin causing issues. This plugin will need to be uninstalled to fix the issue. This can be done by disabling plugins one at a time until you find the one causing the issue. If you can鈥檛 access the plugins page to uninstall it, log in to your site via FTP and find the /wp-content/ directory. Find the file named plugins.php and rename it to plugins.old. This will disable all your plugins so you can reach the plugin page to try enabling them one at a time to find the culprit.
Re-Uploading Core Files
If disabling your plugins fails as well, the last resort you can try is re-uploading the default /wp-admin/ and /wp-includes/ directories from a fresh copy of WordPress.
If none of this works, you will need to contact your hosting provider to see if the issue is happening due to some misconfiguration on their side.
WordPress Issues Resolved
Many of the steps listed here will work to fix many WordPress issues and not just the ones you find listed here. So if you鈥檙e experiencing an issue not listed in this article, try these steps anyway before you call your hosting provider. You may find that you can fix the issue yourself just by resetting the theme, deactivating plugins, resetting your .htaccess file, and/or increasing the PHP memory limit.
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