Have you ever installed a plugin or changed an option which resulted in the so called “White Screen Of Death”? No content, no admin, no way to fix things? If you’ve ever experienced the frustration of being completely powerless, this article is for you. I’ll walk you through the possible issues, the most frequent causes and – most importantly – the solutions to them so you can get your site back up and running as fast as possible. White screen of deaths (WSOD) are almost always caused by PHP code errors or memory limit exhaustions. The first thing you should do is determine wether or not the admin is working. If the front-end of the website is down but the admin is working, chances are you have a faulty theme or plugin. Disabling Plugins And Themes Due to this, the best way forward is to disable all your plugins. If this fixes the issue you’ll need to find the culprit. Start activating them one by one, reloading the site after each activation. When your front-end goes down, you’ve found the misbehaving plugin. If this didn’t help, you should replace your theme temporarily with a default WordPress one, Twenty Fifteen is a good choice. If your site pops back up the issue is within your
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