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Ryan Ormrod - Bespoke WordPress and WooCommerce solutions

Having a WordPress website is exciting, and WordPress is easy to use. However sometimes there are WordPress errors that can make you panic if you do not know how to fix them!

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As an experienced WordPress developer based in Warwick, I provide a full range of WordPress services, including: Website Development, Plugin Development, Theme Development, Website Maintenance and more.

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Common WordPress issues

WordPress is a very easy to use platform but there are also a lot of things that can go wrong. Thankfully however, not only is it easy to use it is also easy to fix when things do go wrong. There are three main reasons for this: WordPress is extremely popular and many errors have been experienced and fixed before by other users, also WordPress is kept regularly up to date so it is often secure, and WordPress is usually easy to diagnose to find out what went wrong.

Take a look at some of the common WordPress errors widely experienced below and feel free to get in touch if you need some assistance. There’s nothing I love more than a WordPress challenge!

  • WordPress Server errors

      • Internal Server Error
      • White screen of death
      • Permission denied
      • Forbidden access
      • HTTPS Certificate warning
      • Database connection could not be established
      • memory exhausted
      • maximum execution
      • seeing PHP warnings
      • missing images
      • 504 gateway timeout
      • request entity too large

    If you’re experiencing one of the above errors, you may be having a WordPress Server configuration error

  • WordPress PHP Code errors

      • syntax error
      • this site is experiencing technical difficulties
      • recovery mode
      • white screen of death
      • memory exhausted
      • this page is isn’t redirecting properly
      • 503 service unavailable
      • 500 Internal Server error
      • seeing PHP warnings
      • missing images
      • 504 gateway timeout
      • request entity too large

    If you’re experiencing one of the above errors, you may be having a WordPress PHP Code error

  • WordPress Permalink errors

      • this page is isn’t redirecting properly
      • 404 not found
      • 500 Internal Server Error
      • missing images
      • dead links

    If you’re experiencing one of the above errors, you may be having a WordPress Permalink error

  • WordPress Performance Errors

    If your website is sluggish or performing badly in Google then you may have a WordPress performance error

  • WordPress Maintenance Errors

      • plugins need updating
      • PHP version is out of date
      • 500 Internal Server Error
      • you are in recovery mode
      • you are in maintenance mode
      • WordPress version is out of date

    If you’re experiencing one of the above errors, you may be having a WordPress Maintenance Error

  • WordPress Security Errors

      • there is no registered user (when logging in)
      • PHP version is out of date
      • strange script injections
      • permission denied
      • access forbidden
      • HTTPS certificate invalid
      • The site ahead contains harmful programs
      • Malicious or unknown content changes
      • your connection is not private

    If you’re experiencing one of the above errors, you may be having a WordPress Security Error

  • WordPress Configuration Errors

      • unable to login
      • unable to manage plugins
      • unable to manage themes
      • unable to manage media
      • unable to manage pages
      • unable to perform essential updates
      • unable to send emails

    If you’re experiencing one of the above errors, you may be having a WordPress Configuration Error

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