In this educative article, we will show the simple way to solve an Internal Server Error in your website and how you can easily locate the problem.
Some error from a website might quote:
“The server encountered an internal server error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.”
“Please contact the administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org to inform them of the time this error occurred, and the action you performed just before this error.”
“More information about this error may be available in the server error log.”
“Additional, a 500 Internal Server Error was encountered while trying to use ErrorDocument to handle the request.”
Now, what might be causing the above error looks frustrating but it is very simple to solve it if you focus and read this article till the end.
Mostly, a common tool that usually is the cause of this issue is either one or two plugins are corrupt or not compatible with your WordPress version. To solve the problem with no stress simply deactivate all activated plugins in your WordPress website.
After deactivation, all plugins then go to Google search and type the name of your website on Google, if the issue is finally solved and your website loads, a big congratulations to you, and your website is as good as new.
Now to detect the major plugin that is troubleshooting “Internal Server Error” in the WordPress website. Kindly reactive your plugins one by one. One plugin activation and also make sure you test run your website until you finally discover the error plugin/plugins.
If you know how to edit code you can easily use your cpanel to discover “Internal Server Error”.
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