WordPress is the latest content sharing application that offers users a number of features including latest themes and plugins to increase the visual appeal of user’s blog. Whether it is maintaining your company WordPress website or taking care of your personal blog; WordPress has got users covered from every angle. As of February 2017, around 27.5% websites have been reported to have used WordPress. WordPress is the topmost choice for anyone looking for effective content management and is a completely open source software.
WordPress allows users to create and maintain websites through a dashboard that comes with text editor for making changes to the content, menu and enhance the visual appeal. Apart from providing users with options to enhance visual appeal, WordPress also has outstanding customer service known as WordPress customer support.
The experts at the WordPress support work day and night to resolve any issue that might interfere with the working of your WordPress website or blog.
What are the common issues faced while working on WordPress?
WordPress is the best content management tool and is easily installed on a web server. However, at times an unknown error might interfere with the working of your WordPress website or blog. There is no need to worry as the experts at WordPress technical support have come up with an easy to follow guide on tackling these issues.
Does the above error seems familiar to you? When you are trying to access your WordPress website and this error suddenly comes to the screen. This is an issue with the wp-config.php file and most likely due to wrong details often being entered into your database. A number of times simple database error can occur due to problem that can be solved by the web host.
A number of shared web hosting providers set a limit on database and if it passes the set limit then this error can occur. Lastly, a WordPress hacked website can also display this error message.
Solution: Locate the file wp-config.php using the FTP and open it. Then go through the entire database to check that the details including database name, username, and password and database host are correct. In case the website has been hacked then work towards making it secure. If you are unable to resolve the connection error, then contact the experts at WordPress support.
Error 28 is a MySQL error and not limited to only WordPress websites and blogs. Even other websites such as Drupal and Joomla can be effected by it. This error can occur if the cache on the web server is full or one has too many files in the /tmp directory.
Try to empty the /tmp directory and also try contacting the web host to help you in resolving the error. If this does not help then the experts at WordPress customer support are always available to help you in resolving this issue.
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Every time a user updates WordPress to a newer version, it creates a temporary maintenance file. The problem occurs when the .maintenance file is not removed in the proper manner after the upgrade.
Solution: You need to login to the WordPress root directory via FTP and locate the .maintenance file to delete it. This will help in resolving the error. However, if you are unable to locate the .maintenance file then contact the WordPress support to help you with this issue.
Want to know more about how WordPress support can help you in resolving any technical issue? Contact the experts via WordPress Support Phone Number 1-877-863-5655 or write to us about what’s interrupting with your WordPress website or blog’s normal functioning.