Not the  best thing to see when you open your website:

In this post, we'll explore  ten ways to fix the WordPress  White Screen of Death.


Check your error logs.

If you get something like this, you'll need to increase your PHP memory limit.

Got error 'PHP message: PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 126976 bytes) in /home/sites/x/x/xxxxxx/public_html/wp-includes/wp-db.php on line 2162'

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No recent errors?

Then you need to try the WordPress Debugger. Add this to wp-config file:

define('WP_DEBUG', true);

This may show the reason for the White Screen of Death (WSoD).


Still no error logs?

It's time to start deactivating plugins and themes, using 20i WordPress Tools.

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No WordPress Tools?

No worries, you can turn themes off using the wp-admin:


No WordPress Tools?

You can do the same with plugins:

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But what if wp-admin is suffering from WSoD?

- Get coding with...


Or you can change to a different theme, deactivating the current one..


Or use the file manager:

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Or change the theme using the database:

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Or use file permissions!

If you're still having trouble, see our full article here:

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Hope we've helped.  :)

(and don't panic!)