WordPress is that it’s easy to use and flexible enough to make different types of websites, but there are some common WordPress errors that can make you panic.
Here are some common errors on WordPress
You’ve just updated something on your WordPress site when something goes horribly wrong. The error message displays, “The site is experiencing technical difficulties.”
This error occurs when there is an issue with your site’s code, most commonly in the functions.php file. Instead of loading your page, a simple message will appear, which explains what the issue is and where it occurred.
Usually this occurs when a user has entered or modified their database credentials (database host, database username, and database password) incorrectly. Sometimes your database server could be unresponsive, or your database may have corrupted.
This problem can occur for a variety of reasons and usually means your site couldn’t be loaded properly.
This error is that when a user visits a single post on their site they get a 404 page – not found error.
Memory Exhausted errors on your WordPress installation, it’s usually due to a plugin, theme or other script exceeding the default allocated memory size limit.
This could happen if you forgot your password and don’t have to access to password recovery email.
A plugin or code that incorrectly tries to make some changes into admin section can also lock you out.
Sometimes the reason for this is that your website is hacked and is now used to distribute malicious code.
An SSL certificate error occurs when a web browser can’t verify the SSL certificate installed on a site
The easiest way to fix this is to ask your WordPress hosting provider to properly install your SSL certificate.
This error is sometimes caused by unusual traffic and low server resources, which are automatically fixed on most WordPress hosting servers.
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