How to Fix the “There Has Been a Critical Error
Stuck with the “There Has Been a Critical Error on Your Website” error? With this error time is of the essence ⏰ Learn how to quickly troubleshoot it here
Nothing is more terrifying than when your WordPress site goes down, especially when you get an alarming message like “There has been a critical error on this website.”
When you’re locked out and the frontend is entirely down, you need to know how to fix the critical error now. Every minute that passes is driving away visitors as they encounter a glaring error screen.
Luckily, fixing this critical error is usually just a matter of adding a small PHP function or deleting a problem plugin. In this video, we’ll go over a variety of ways to troubleshoot this issue and get your site up and running again fast.
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1:50 Enable Debug in WordPress
3:28 Restore a Backup of Your Site
4:16 Revert to a Default Theme
5:33 Disable All Plugins
6:59 Raise the PHP Memory Limit
8:32 Raise the Max Upload File Size and Text Processing Functions
9:26 Clear Your Site Cache
10:16 Upgrade Your PHP Version
10:51 Check for Malware
11:29 If All Else Fails: Where to Get WordPress Support
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