How to Fix the WordPress White Screen of Death 100%

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How to Fix the WordPress White Screen of Death 100%
How to Fix the WordPress White Screen of Death 100%

How to Fix the WordPress White Screen of Death 100%

The WordPress white screen of death is one of the most common WordPress errors. It is also one of the most frustrating ones because there is no error message, and you are locked out of WordPress.

Another problem with the white screen of death error is that sometimes it only affects a certain part of your website.

For example, you may only see the white screen of death inside the WordPress admin area, while everything else works fine. In other cases, you may only see it on a specific post whereas everything else works fine.

In this article, we will show you how to fix the WordPress white screen of death by looking at different solutions.

Before proceeding with any changes, make sure that you’ve generated a full backup of your website. Please refer to this guide to create a backup.

How to Fix the WordPress White Screen of Death 100%

Clear cache

If you have a blank page, you should first try flushing WordPress caching plugins. If you do not have access to the WordPress dashboard, clear your browser cache.

Enable WP_DEBUG mode

You can also use the WordPress debug function to see what type of errors are being outputted. Locate the wp-config.php file in the root folder of your website and make sure the WP_DEBUG mode is enabled.

Enable WP Debug Mode

Increase PHP and WordPress memory limits

Since WordPress’s memory limit is one of the most common causes for blank pages, we recommend increasing your limit. Indications of this error could be a white screen or an error message like this one.

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2348617 bytes) in /home/username/public_html/site1/wp-includes/plugin.php on line xxx

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Disable plugins

One of the most common causes of the blank page on WordPress is a plugin issue. Try disabling the plugins via your cPanel. If you’re not sure which plugin caused the issue, try disabling them one by one until you are able to get to the bottom of the issue and fix it.

Change the website theme

If the plugin troubleshooting doesn’t fix the issue, then you should try replacing your current theme with a default theme. (ex: Twenty Twenty)

Switch PHP versions

The blank page can also be caused by an incorrect PHP version. You can try switching PHP versions to check it.

That’s it. We hope that one of the tricks above fixed the issue for you. And also If you have any questions we are here to help you. Click here to Ask Questions. And share your ideas with us!


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Danushka Sanjeewa
Danushka Sanjeewa is a Software engineer with more than 5 years of experience in Android App Development, Web Development, Marketing, Graphic design, Video editing, and WordPress. And also Writer/Founder of TechEduTricks.com.

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