23 Common WordPress Errors And Their Solutions You Should Know

Having a WordPress blog is the most amazing thing to many people. You’re building your dream blog but what if some unknown error stops you. Do you know about the common WordPress errors and their solutions?

In the past few years, WordPress has grown up to be one of the largest communities using which people are spreading their ideas to the world.

But when people get an error on their website, they fret and ask for the help. Don’t you think you should learn yourself?

I know not everyone is the super techie but still, you should have the basic knowledge about the common WordPress errors and their solutions.

In this article, you will see the list of errors which can be seen normally. You can’t reach your web hosting every time you see an error.

The List of the Most Seen WordPress Errors

Before you even start, you should always look whether you have backed up your website and the database.

Either you use any plugin or you can manually backup your WordPress website within no time. Save the backup to your computer and somewhere online.

It’s not safe to have your backup only on your hard drive. There should always be more than one copy.

Let me start the list.

#1. Error Establishing a Database Connection

When you move your blog from on web hosting to another, this is the most common WordPress error you will see.

It’s because the database credentials aren’t same in the wp-config.php file. Do you know how to edit the wp-config.php file?

Sometimes this error occurs when the MySQL server of your web hosting is down or under maintenance.

#2. Getting 404 Error on the Different Pages

It’s not really an error you should be worried about. You can easily check the number of pages showing a 404 error from your Google Search Console account.

It’s basically an error when you change the permalink of the posts. You can change the title of the post anytime you want but if you change the URL, you will get the 404 error.

#3. Getting White Screen of Death

This is a kind of perplexed situation because you only see a white screen with no error message.

The main reason for this error is the memory exhaustion. Every web hosting has set a PHP script memory limit which can get exhausted due to any plugin or something else.