WordPress is supposed to be foolproof; but we all know that is a misnomer. WordPress websites do break, can sometimes show funky error messages, scream at us about server 500 errors and occasionally just give us a blank browser window.
Its not all hopeless. Even as annoying each of these situations can be there are a few steps you can take to begin to find out what might be going on, even before you call your website developer or the tech support hotline.
This month we delve into each of these common errors to see what causes them and better yet, how we can be the hero and resolve them.
We’re going to look at the ‘white screen of death’, database connection errors, the never-ending maintenance mode, internal server errors, and the finally, the nasty syntax error.