There are many small and big bugs and issue arise in WordPress, and there is a very simple solution as well for all those bugs, and you can easily solve this without taking anyone help. 80% of WordPress issue arise because of plugins and themes and which any WordPress can resolve this simply by disabling the plugin or moving back to default WordPress theme all other issues are relating to coding or sometime related to hosting.
Now we are listing all those Solutions one by one and hope this will help many WordPress users.
Remove or Disable WordPress Plugin
If you started facing some error suddenly after installing any plugin, then remove that plugin to remove that problem or disable that plugin, if you fail to access your admin section then do this from your panel.
- How to disable plugin using Cpanel
An easier way to do this is to rename the plugins folder (to something like plugins_old) and create a new, empty folder labeled plugins.
Remove or Disable WordPress Themes
Sometimes some theme also create an issue for WordPress users, and this happens when any theme is not supporting your wordpress installation and it suddenly start giving issue related to programming.A poorly coded and outdated theme might not work with the latest update of WordPress.So you need to remove that or shift to another theme to resolve your issue.
WordPress Issue related to Browser Cache
Many issues arise because of Browser Cache, if you are using cache plugin or if you haven’t cleared your browser cache from a long time then you will start getting blank page error or if you Make any Changes and that change will not reflect in your website.
- Chrome – How to delete your Chrome cache, history, and other browser data
- Safari – How to clear the Safari browser cache
- Firefox – How to clear the Firefox cache
- Internet Explorer – How to clear the Internet Explorer cache
- Opera – How to clear the Opera cache
Increasing Memory Limit of your WordPress Website
Problem like White Screen of Death happens because your memory is being exhausted. and to resolve this you need to increase memory limit ,To do this Open your wp-config.php which is located in the root WordPress directory. Then add the following line inside the main php tag:
We just increased the memory limit to 64M. If you still get the error after this fix, then please contact your host.
Shift yourself from Cheap Web Hosts
If your WordPress website is slow after all fixes, then the best solution is to change your hosting provider, once you change that all your WordPress related issue will be resolved especially if you are experiencing slow website performance.
If you are experiencing issue related to a database then you need to go for repair You can do this by adding the following line in your wp-config.php file:
Once you have done that, you can see the settings by visiting this page: http://www.yoursite.com/wp-admin/maint/repair.php Check Wp-config file for correct username, password, hostname, database name If any thing is wrong you will get Database related error.