How Can You Fix The White Screen That You See In WordPress

by Anna Rose Blogger
White screen of death is one of the most common issues that people face these days while using WordPress. This can occur when you are trying to log into your WordPress account, or you are already inside WordPress. The error that causes the website to go entirely blank takes place in the PHP or database of the site. The error could happen when you have installed a new plugin or a new theme which might be incompatible with the current theme. A low memory limit which is set by the hosting company can also cause the screen to go all white.

Remove Cache From The Browser

Firstly, make sure that it is not your personal browser which is causing this issue. Go to the setting option in your browser and locate the browser data. Clear your history, cookies and saved files from here. Wait until the procedure is finished and then close and reopen the browser. Go and check your WordPress dashboard now, if you do not see the white screen; this means you are done with it. By doing this, it will also increase the browsing speed of the website.
Review Your Steps

Just like real life death, white screen of death is similar. In order to know the reason why it happened, an investigator will look for eyewitnesses and ask them if they could review their steps which led to the crime or death scene. You will have to find pieces to put up the puzzle together which will lead you to the real cause of WordPress white screen of death. Did it happen because you installed something new? Were you using WordPress when it happened? Were you not using WordPress when it happened? Were you trying to code anything? If you discover what it is, then you can move on to the next step.

Test The Theme Of WordPress

If you encounter a message that says "a theme is missing," then you will have to start with working towards fixing this problem. According to WordPress Codex, it can also be caused when a developer is building a website in the local testing environment but if he forgets to transfer the theme correctly. At such times, you will have to upload these files with the help of your SFTP. If you cannot fix wordpress white screen of death on your own, you can take professional advice.

In order to avoid this from happening in the future, you should create daily backups of the website and store it all in a different server or platform. Be aware of all the updates that you are making to your theme, plugins or core. Implement a system which offers strict user control.

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