"If you're new to WordPress, this can stand on its own as a training course and will stay with you as you progress from beginner to advanced and even guru status." - Bruce (Columbus, Ohio)
Like everything else, sometimes you will experience problems that need fixing. WordPress is no different and good website management involves knowing how to troubleshoot and fix common errors and problems with your website. This section of the WordPress Management Tutorials module contains tutorials on how to troubleshoot and fix common WordPress errors.
Some tutorials in this module may require editing your WordPress template or server files. If you need help modifying template or server files please contact a professional or experienced WordPress user for assistance (learn where to get help with WordPress).
Important: Always do a backup of your WordPress site (files and data) before modifying any files. If you don’t want to back up your data yourself, then hire a professional, or use backup plugins.
You can learn more about a WordPress backup plugin that can fully automate your backup process here:
Click below to view tutorials on WordPress troubleshooting:
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