TAG: WordPress

Common WordPress Issues – Problems

White screen of death If all you get when you go to your site is a blank white screen, this is what’s called the white screen of death and it’s a common WordPress problem. It’s normally caused by a fatal PHP error and if you don’t have error reporting turned on, you won’t see anything…

Resetting My WordPress Admin Password

How do I reset my WordPress admin password? You can reset your password several ways. It can be changed in your WP admin dashboard, from the admin login page or by changing it in your database. It will depend on if you just want to change it or if you’ve lost it and need a…

Installing WordPress using Softaculous

What Is WordPress?   WordPress is one of the most popular CMSs (Content Management System) available today.  It is also available as a free, automatic installation for all of our Shared, Business and Reseller hosting clients!  Listed below is a step by step guide for logging into cPanel from your Hostwinds Client Area, and installing…

Blank White Screen (White Screen of Death)

What Causes A Blank White Screen (White Screen Of Death)? If your site is suddenly just a blank white screen, it’s likely due to a plugin, theme or database error. More specifically, you’ve probably run out of memory because a plugin or theme is poorly coded and trying to use too many resources on your…

404 Error Page not Found

What causes a 404 error page not found? The most common cause for a 404 error is the page has been taken down or moved to a new URL – it’s simply a dead link. But there are other circumstances that could lead to 404 errors, as well. The URL of the link you’re trying…

PHP Memory Errors

This article is intended for Hostwinds clients who have access to WHM on their VPS, Cloud or Dedicated Server.    What Causes PHP Memory Errors? Allowed memory size errors commonly occur with sites built with open source CMS systems like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and Moodle. PHP isn’t allowing enough memory to run or load what’s…

HTTP Error 403 – Forbidden

How Do I Fix A HTTP Error 403 – Forbidden? To fix an HTTP error 403, you should first look at the URL and make sure it’s a proper URL directing you to a specific page. If it’s trying to direct you to a directory or folder within the site then you’ll usually get this…

500 Internal Server Error

The Problem: 500 Internal Server Error Help This error normally will look something like this:   Internal Server Error The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. Please contact the server administrator, webmaster@example.com and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done…

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