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Most Common WordPress Errors Every developer should know

In present times, WordPress has created a lot of hype mainly because it is freely available and developers can create websites using its different feature very easily. However, lately, there are reports that users with less technical knowledge are facing some trouble in accomplishing the task. These errors are very small but if the user lacks technical knowledge then it becomes very difficult and gets stuck in that error itself.

Normally a WordPress developer will have very good knowledge about this but still, if you are facing any trouble then you can go through below mentioned errors and solutions.

1. Retrieval of lost admin password
There have been reports that many times lost password section of WordPress tool does not work properly and the password reset link is not received through the mail. This problem is one of most common and it can be solved by going through databases where you will get your user name and password.

2. Admin dashboard not displaying properly
Web developers of WordPress development India are facing this issue a lot when the admin dashboard is displayed without CSS and none of the pages is arranged properly. This problem is either because proxy or firewall blocking or you need to update WordPress plugins.

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3. Error message about header information
Most of the developers get this error “Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /path/blog/wp-config.php:34)”, after upgrading WordPress. This problem can be solved very easily by removing spaces and other unwanted stuff from the config.php file.

4. WordPress blog showing blank page
Usually, after installing any new themes in WordPress, the entire blog shows an only blank page and sometimes even dashboard becomes inaccessible as it also becomes blank. This problem can be solved either by uninstalling or renaming the newly installed theme through FTP.

5. Memory exhausted error
“Fatal error: The allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted”, this error is shown many times when a developer tries to upload an image even if the size is not much bigger. This error can be solved just by allocating more memory to PHP.

6. Authentication problems
So many times WordPress developers get authentication issues even after inserting correct user name and password in the admin login page. This error is because windows hosting server does not have index.php file in directory indexes section so just go to that section and create it.

7. _network_admin() error
Many times developers get error “Fatal error undefined function is_network_admin()” while trying to login to admin page after updating WordPress. This error is because of the incomplete update of WordPress and can be solved by updating it manually.

8. Admin login 404 issue
Many times developers get 404 issues page when they try to the login admin page. This issue can be solved quite simply by going through databases and update the URL in phpMyAdmin.

9. Maintenance Error
Many times when WordPress is upgraded automatically, the user gets an error stating the service is not available briefly for scheduled maintenance. This error can be solved only through going to root directory via FTP and delete “.maintenance” file.

10. Not able to delete plugin
Many times it happens that even after you delete a plugin, it again appears in the WordPress admin page. This issue is because some files of the plugin remain in the directory without appearing in the FTP and can be solved only if you have SSH access to your blog. Using this access all the folders can be listed and you can delete plugin folder.


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