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Fix WordPress Error Blank Page

WordPress 3.0 is coming up soon. This tips apply for all WordPress version. WordPress is one of the most used and powerful blog engine. And with the all community support, many plugins are developed to make WordPress more powerful and nice. But not all plugin developer coded their plugin as WordPress standards. And sometimes this will make problem, and the most annoying problem is blank page error. No error message, no sign of alive, just white blank screen. The first tips for you all is “don’t panic“.

Analyzes your website like this steps:

  1. Check your hosting server
    The first step is check your hosting server by go to your server administration (usually cpanel). Check if that’s live or not. If not then contact your hosting server support. If alive then the problem is on your blog.
  2. Check wp-admin
    Check your wp-admin folder by go to http://www.yoursite.com/wp-admin. See if it is alive and not blank. If it is not blank, then your WordPress don’t have a problem. You can check your themes and files on the root folder. If it is blank, then there are lot of possibilities, but most of the time is plugins and themes.
  3. Check index.html
    Yes, check if any blank index.html in your root folder. I know it’s strange for you but you can refer to my old blog post about it here.
  4. Check error_log
    Open your favorite FTP client program then downoad error_log file at the root of your blog. Analyze it, see what make your blog errors. Usually i found out what make it errors in this file. Usually it have memory problem, file not found problem, and so on. Pay more attention to the error message and fix it.
  5. Rename plugin dir
    To check if there is an error with your plugin, rename your plugin folder. And then access your wp-admin. If the wp-admin show up, then you have plugins error. Now it’s your job to find out what plugins that crashes.
  6. Check all the plugins
    To check all the plugins, i usually move all plugins to temp directory. And put it back one by one to plugins folder, and check wp-admin until it blank page error again.

So like i said please don’t panic, check all your installation, plugins and themes folder. If it is still not working, contact your hosting support and ask them to help you.

WordPress problem in localhost- .htaccess causing internal server error 500

.htaccess in WAMP Server (in WordPress local installation) showing internal server error 500, how to solve it?

The solution is :

  • Left Mouse Click on Wampserver icon in the System Tray in Windows7/XP etc and
  • Goto Apache -> httpd.conf
  • a file will open and in it
  • and search “#LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so”.
  • Remove the # as below and save it as follows
  • LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so
  • then restart all service.

Actually you need to enable the mod_rewrite module in Apache server. In the httpd.conf file, the configuration file of Apache, find “LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so” and remove the pound (#) symbol from the beginning of this line and then save the file and restart WAMP by left mouse click- restart all services.

Also in some cases you need to change AllowOverride none in the httpd.conf to AllowOverride all as well. Read it in wordpress forum

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