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How do I fix WordPress Error 500 with Ease?

Sometimes, youll get a message WordPress Error 500 on your browser. This error can appear in different variations depending upon the web browser and operating systems you are using. This error is mostly seen on high traffic sites as compared to other normal websites. With 500 error code, you will get to know that something went wrong at the websites server end that needs to be fixed. If youre also having the same error on your browser then you must follow these simple solutions to fix it:

  • Try deleting the browsers cookies to troubleshoot this WordPress issue.
  • You can also refresh the site by pressing F5. This sometimes helps in solving the server related issues quickly.
  • Another solution that you can try is deleting the browsers cache to fix this issue.
  • If any of these solutions dont work, then try connecting with your hosting server.

For details contact to the WordPress expert team 1-707-728-5922.





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The WordPress Error 500, commonly known as the "Internal Server Error," is a generic error message that indicates something has gone wrong on the server, but the server cannot identify the specific problem. Here are steps to fix it:

Check for Corrupt .htaccess File:
The .htaccess file might be the cause. Access your WordPress root directory via FTP, then rename the .htaccess file to something like .htaccess_old. Check if the site is accessible. If it is, log in to your WordPress admin panel, navigate to Settings > Permalinks, and click Save Changes to generate a new .htaccess file.

Deactivate Plugins:
If you can access the admin area, deactivate all plugins. If you cannot access the admin area, connect via FTP and navigate to wp-content/plugins/. Rename the plugins folder to plugins_old. Create a new empty folder called plugins. This deactivates all plugins. Check if the error persists. If it's resolved, reactivate plugins one by one to identify the problematic plugin.

Switch to Default Theme:
A theme might be causing the error. Log in to your site via FTP, go to wp-content/themes/. Rename your active theme's folder to something like theme_name_old. WordPress will then switch to the default theme.

Always perform a backup before making any changes to your WordPress site. If you're not comfortable with these steps, seek assistance from a professional or your hosting provider's support team to resolve the issue.

-- Edited by sulinelanie on Tuesday 7th of November 2023 10:37:32 AM

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