WordPress Fatal Error is an error that causes the website to stop functioning. This can be caused by a variety of issues, including problems with your theme, plugin conflicts, or issues with your hosting environment. Here are some things you can try to fix a fatal error in WordPress:
- Check your error logs for more information. Your hosting provider should be able to provide you with access to your error logs.
- If you recently installed a new plugin or made changes to your website, try deactivating all of your plugins to see if the issue is resolved. If the problem goes away, you can narrow down which plugin is causing the issue by activating your plugins one by one until the problem reappears.
- If deactivating your plugins didn’t help, try switching to the default WordPress theme (e.g., Twenty Twenty) to see if the issue is caused by your theme.
- If you made changes to your website’s .htaccess file, try restoring the file to its default state.
- Contact your hosting provider to see if they are aware of any issues with the server.
- If none of the above solutions work, you may need to increase your PHP memory limit. You can do this by adding the following line of code to your wp-config.php file:
define( 'WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M' );
This will increase your PHP memory limit to 256MB. If you are still having trouble, you may need to ask your hosting provider to increase your memory limit.
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