WordPress has become one of the top choices for those looking to set up their own blog or website. This demand stems from the various benefits of using WordPress: from the fact that it’s as free as websites can be; its easy interface and user-friendly options that can be mastered with a little bit of effort, learning and patience; its extendibility by means of themes and plugins from both official WordPress developers and third-party developers affiliated with WordPress development; its search engine-friendliness and is safe and secured; its ability to handle different types of media; and its openness to various uses due to its open-source framework.
For all its good points, however, WordPress isn’t a Superman – like everything else, it’s also susceptible to errors that can confuse beginner users or those who haven’t explored enough to know how such errors can be fixed. WordPress’ errors can range from easy-to-solve ones to more complex and serious errors that can take a bit of effort to correct.
Fortunately, since WordPress is one of the easiest mediums that one can use, solving its most common errors is just as easy. Many of the errors that WordPress users can come across have also been seen, experiences, or diagnosed by web developers and other experts in WordPress usage. As such, the number of people that can you out with your errors grow continuously, and they are all willing to extend a helping hand to anyone who has trouble solving the errors on their own.
If you are using WordPress and are currently struggling with the most common errors and the frustration of not knowing where your mistakes lie and what you can do to remedy the situation, or are just wary of what errors you might possibly come across, loads of guides and help for your WordPress site to get past these errors are only one click away.
Here are the 10 most common problems that WordPress users can encounter, as seen in this infographic brought to us by the professional WordPress support team, NewtLabs:
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