Common WordPress Troubleshooting Techniques for Plugins, Themes, Databases, Email, Security

Want to learn WordPress Troubleshooting Techniques? This video will help you narrow down the cause of most WordPress website problems.
► 00:00 Intro to WordPress Troubleshooting Techniques
► 00:33 Password Troubleshooting
► 01:20 WordPress Debugging
► 01:45 Plugin Issues
► 02:08 Theme Issues
► 02:37 Database Issues
► 03:05 Email Issues
► 03:36 404 Errors, Redirect Problems, or URL Issues
► 04:13 Memory or PHP Errors
► 04:56 Brute Force Attacks
► 05:23 Conclusion
► 05:40 InMotion Hosting Outro

Read more in the full article:
►WordPress Troubleshooting Techniques –

Other articles mentioned in this video:
►How to Reset your WordPress Admin Password –
►Turning on WordPress Debugging –
►How to Update WordPress Plugins –
►How to Disable WordPress Plugins –
►How to Update a WordPress Theme –
►How to Change Your WordPress Theme –
►WordPress “Error Establishing a Database Connection” –
►How to Check and Repair a Database in phpMyAdmin –
►Learn How to Install and Use the WP Mail SMTP Plugin –
►View full summary of mail activity from the Exim mail log –
►How to Use the WP Mail Logging Plugin for WordPress –
►How to Reset WordPress Permalinks –
►Reset the .htaccess File to Troubleshoot WordPress PHP Errors –
►Fix WordPress Fatal error: Allowed memory size exhausted –
►How to Change PHP Settings in your Hosting Account –
►Changing your PHP Version in cPanel –
►How to Enable Brute Force Protection in Jetpack –
►Using Loginizer to Protect Against WordPress Brute Force Attacks –
►Preventing WordPress brute force attacks with iThemes Security –
►How to Install the Wordfence WordPress Security Plugin –
►WordPress wp-login.php Brute Force Attack –

Watch this related video:
►How to reset your WordPress Password in PHPmyAdmin –
►How to Enable WordPress Debugging –
►How to Disable Plugins in WordPress –
►How to Reset WordPress Permalinks –
►Working With php.ini Files –
►Changing Your PHP Version in cPanel using MultiPHP Manager –

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