Free WordPress Troubleshooting Guide Fix Themes Plugin Problems Report Launched

Small businesses can now save thousands of dollars troubleshooting and fixing common WordPress problems and errors with the WordPress Troubleshooting Guide …

Free WordPress Troubleshooting Guide Fix Themes Plugin Problems Report LaunchedWP Compendium, the leading WordPress guide site for non-technical users, has launched a new Troubleshooting Guide for business owners. It helps them take their business to the next level with a range of step-by-step tutorials and how-to tips.

Round Corner, Australia – October 04, 2017 /NewsNetwork/ —

A new online troubleshooting WordPress guide has been launched by WPCompendium.org, the leading online WordPress resource for non-techies. Using this online resource, businesses choosing to manage their own WordPress site can save thousands of dollars troubleshooting and fixing common WordPress problems and errors.

More information can be found at: https://wpcompendium.org/wordpress-management/wordpress-troubleshooting-guide.

The new guide provides step by step information and guidance with clear and focused tutorials, packed with screenshots, on how to troubleshoot and fix dozens of WordPress problems and common issues that people have when using the platform.

It is written in an easy to read way and produced with non technical users in mind, so that even people who are new to the WordPress platform and who don’t have any design or coding experience can make the most of the guide.

With easy to follow screenshots and processes, it is designed as a troubleshooting guide for any time a conflict or issue arises with WordPress plugins and themes. These can often be the most complicated aspect of a WordPress site, but using the new guide, website owners are able to ensure that everything runs smoothly.

It offers detailed instructions and step-by-step tutorials on how to backup WordPress, offering peace of mind in case things go wrong, and showcases different ways users can transfer files between computers and hosting servers with solutions to many common WordPress errors. It also provides a glossary of WordPress installation files for non-techies, streamlining the entire process.

By using the new guide, business owners can benefit from key insights and knowledge to help them grow their online platform and boost their web presence. It underscores different ways people can use WordPress to grow their business, with detailed step-by-step tutorials so that the reader can easily follow.

Regardless of the size of the company, the new guide can help site owners to take their business to the next level. Full details can be found on the URL above, where interested parties can find more information.

Contact Info:
Name: Martin Aranovitch
Email: media@wpcompendium.com
Organization: WPCompendium.org
Address: PO Box 48, Round Corner, NSW, 2158, Australia

For more information, please visit https://wpcompendium.org

 

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How To Fix Problems Accessing Your WordPress Admin Area

Are you locked out of your WordPress admin area? Learn how to troubleshoot, identify & fix problems or errors preventing access to your WordPress admin area …

How To Fix Problems Accessing Your WordPress Admin AreaThis tutorial is part of our FREE WordPress Management training and WordPress Troubleshooting tutorial series.

In this series of step-by-step tutorials, we show you how to troubleshoot and fix common WordPress errors.

Useful Info

Important: Always do a backup of your WordPress site (files and data) before modifying any files or performing any upgrades or installations! 

If you don’t want to back up your data manually, then consider hiring the services of a professional WordPress provider, or use WordPress backup plugins.

How To Fix Problems Accessing Your WordPress Admin Area

Are you locked out of your WordPress admin area?

(Are you locked out of your WordPress admin area?)

If you use WordPress often, you may find yourself at times locked out of your administration panel.

Some of the possible causes of finding yourself locked out of your WordPress admin area include experiencing issues or errors with:

  • WordPress password
  • WordPress themes or plugins
  • WordPress installation files
  • WordPress database
  • WordPress security
  • Your server or web host

In this tutorial, we’ll use a systematic approach to troubleshoot, identify, and hopefully fix the issue or error preventing you from accessing your WordPress admin area.

Important

Normally, most people experiencing issues with WordPress would just contact their website developer or web hosting provider for help.

Use the tutorials below if you manage your own WordPress site or if you want to learn how to troubleshoot and fix problems yourself (remember to always backup your site and data).

WordPress Password & Login Issues

Can you access your WordPress admin login page? If you can, then the first step to troubleshooting problems preventing you from accessing your WordPress admin area is to see if there are any issues with your password or login details.

You will be locked out of your WordPress admin area if you have forgotten your password and you cannot access the email for recovering your password, or if a user with administrative privileges has revoked your user access privileges or changed your login details.

If you think the issue may be related to your password or login details, then see these tutorials:

Important

Most of the errors or issues described in the sections below may prevent you from accessing your WordPress admin login page. If, after going through the sections below you still cannot log into your admin area, then see the tutorial below:

WordPress Theme Or Plugin Issues

Conflicts with WordPress plugins or themes can cause a number of issues that will prevent you from being able to access your WordPress admin area. Additionally, a plugin or plugin code can change settings that will lock you out of your WordPress admin pages.

To troubleshoot issues related to WordPress themes and plugins, go here:

If the problem preventing you from being able to access your WordPress admin area is not being caused by WordPress themes or plugins, then the next step is to see if there are any issues with your WordPress installation files.

WordPress Installation File Issues

Were you trying to upload or install something before experiencing the problem? Corrupted files and installation errors can cause issues and prevent you from logging into your WordPress admin area.

To troubleshoot errors related to WordPress installation files, see these tutorials:

If the problem preventing you from being able to access your WordPress admin area is not being caused by WordPress installation files, the next step is to see if there are any issues with your WordPress database.

WordPress Database Issues

Over time, tables in your WordPress database can become corrupted and  lead to issues preventing you from accessing your WordPress admin area.

Some common problems involving WordPress database errors include the following:

The WordPress White Screen Of Death

WordPress White Screen Of Death

(WordPress White Screen Of Death)

If your screen is completely blank, you may be experiencing the dreaded WordPress “White Screen Of Death.”

To learn how to troubleshoot and fix this error, see the tutorial below:

Error Establishing A Database Connection

Error establishing a database connection

(Error establishing a database connection)

There are many reasons why WordPress can display an “Error establishing a database connection” message on your screen.

To learn how to troubleshoot and fix this problem, see this tutorial:

WordPress Fatal Errors

WordPress Fatal error message

(WordPress Fatal error message)

If your WordPress site is displaying a ‘Fatal error’ message, the issue may be caused by conflicting plugins or memory issues.

To learn how to troubleshoot and fix this problem, go here:

Memory Size Exhausted Errors

Fatal error: Allowed memory size exhausted

(Fatal error: Allowed memory size exhausted)

When the amount of memory allocated to your WordPress site isn’t enough to perform tasks required by a feature or plugin that you have installed, errors occur that can prevent you from being able to access your admin area.

To learn how to troubleshoot and fix errors related to memory size, see the relevant section in this tutorial:

If the problem preventing you from being able to access your WordPress admin area is not being caused by issues with your WordPress database, the next step is to see if there are any security issues with your WordPress site.

WordPress Security Issues

The worst case scenario for not being able to log into your WordPress admin area is that your site has been hacked or attacked by a malicious user.

If a hacker gains control of your administration area, they can lock you out and wreak havoc on your site

To troubleshoot problems related to WordPress security, go here:

Also, see these resources for performing preventative security scans and protecting your WordPress site:

If there are no security issues preventing you from being able to access your WordPress admin area, the next step is to see if an issue with your server or web host is causing you login problems.

Server Or Web Host Issues

Is an issue with your server or web host causing you login problems?

(Is an issue with your server or web host causing you login problems?)

Sometimes, WordPress problems have nothing to do with WordPress or your site, but with your hosting environment.

If you have gone through all of the above sections and still cannot log into your admin area or you suspect an issue with your server is causing you login or access problems, then either contact your web hosting company or go through the tutorials below:

Practical Tip

If you continue to experience problems with your site, you may need to look at upgrading your hosting package or even switching web hosting providers.

Hopefully, one of the above tutorials has helped you resolve the problem. In addition to the information above, check out this video on what to do if get locked out of your WordPress admin area from the team at MyThemeShop:

(What to do if you get locked out of your WordPress admin area. Video: MyThemeShop)

More WordPress Troubleshooting Tutorials

If you experience additional issues with WordPress, please refer to the tutorials in the section below:

How To Fix Problems Accessing Your WordPress Admin Area

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How To Fix The Page Isn’t Redirecting Properly Error In WordPress

Learn how to fix ‘The page isn’t redirecting properly’ error in WordPress in this tutorial …

How To Fix The Page Isn't Redirecting Properly Error In WordPressThis tutorial is part of our FREE WordPress Management training and WordPress Troubleshooting tutorial series.

In this series of step-by-step tutorials, we show you how to troubleshoot and fix common WordPress errors.

Important

Important: Always back up your WordPress site (files and database) before modifying any files or performing any upgrades or installations! 

If you don’t want to back up your data yourself, then consider using a professional, or use backup plugins.

How To Fix The Page Isn’t Redirecting Properly Error In WordPress

The page isn't redirecting properly error message

(‘The page isn’t redirecting properly’ error message)

If you are getting a ‘The page isn’t redirecting properly’ error message on your WordPress site, then something is causing too many redirections to happen in a way that the request cannot be completed by your server.

This error may be caused by a number of reasons, including:

  • Misconfiguration in the WordPress general settings for your domain (e.g. a wrong site address).
  • SEO or redirection plugins.
  • Redirection services (including caching and CDN services).
  • SSL settings.
  • Etc.

Redirection Error Caused By Misconfiguration In WordPress Settings

One of the most common reasons for getting a ‘page isn’t redirecting properly’ error is a misconfiguration in the WordPress General Settings.

If there is a mismatch between your WordPress Address (URL) and Site Address (URL) fields, this can increase your chance of experiencing errors, such as being continually logged out of WordPress or seeing redirection errors.

To check that mismatched settings are not the cause of the problem, log into your admin area, then go to Settings > General Settings and make sure that both your WordPress Address (URL) and Site Address (URL) fields use the same URL prefix …

Mismatched URL prefixes can cause redirection errors

(Mismatched URL prefixes can cause redirection errors)

If your WordPress Address (URL) doesn’t match the domain prefix of your Site Address (URL), WordPress sees this as two different websites (one site with ‘www’ and another without the ‘www’).

Useful Tip

Note: We are not referring here to setting a different WordPress Address (URL) than a Site Address (URL) if your site requires these to be different in order to work. What we mean is both URLs either must use ‘www’ in the prefix or both should use the ‘non-www’ version.

For more information about this, see these tutorials:

Redirection Error Caused By Misconfigured SSL Settings

If your site uses SSL and you are experiencing a ‘page isn’t redirecting properly’ error, go back to your WordPress General Settings and make sure that both of the fields shown in the screenshot below use an ‘https’ scheme for their URLs …

Set both URLs to 'https' if using SSL to avoid errors

(Set both URLs to ‘https’ if using SSL to avoid errors)

Redirection Error Caused By A Plugin

If you suspect that a ‘page isn’t redirecting properly’ error may be caused by a plugin, you will need to troubleshoot your plugins to find which one is causing the error.

If you need help troubleshooting plugins, see the tutorial below:

Contact Your Web Host

If none of the above solutions help to resolve the problem, contact your web host.

In addition to the information above, check out this video on how to fix ‘The page isn’t redirecting properly’ error from the team at MyThemeShop:

(How to fix ‘The page isn’t redirecting properly’ error. Video: MyThemeShop)

More WordPress Troubleshooting Tutorials

Refer to the tutorials in the section below if you experience additional issues or errors with WordPress:

How To Fix The Page Isn't Redirecting Properly Error In WordPress

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