WordPress is truly easy to use, and most people love all that it can do both in website and blog content management. Together, with over 30,000 plugins to customize and enhance sites and blogs, it has become the single most popular site creation tool in existence.
Part of the beauty of WordPress is the ease with which a non-techie person can design and launch an amazing website or set up a blog. It is, however, written in PHP, a scripting language that the average site owner does not understand. When errors occur, then, there is frustration, anxiety, and fear – fear that the entire site is corrupted and anxiety because the owner has not a clue how to fix the problem, even if it is fixable.
The good news is WordPress errors are fixable and most people who cannot write script can fix them by carefully following instructions.
In this guide we are offering 14 of the most common WordPress errors that you may encounter along with their quick and easy fixes.
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