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    My website Is Not Working Properly In wordpress?

    by pmkisanlist ·

    I have just came across the biggest forum of biggest platform CNET. The question is that i have struggling to make my site a proper brand. Some times i get the images stability issues. Opening the website takes a lot of time.

    What can be the issue it can be? Looking for the expert opinions. I hope i would definitely get my answer from this bigger platform.

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      Reply To: My website Is Not Working Properly In wordpress?

      by birdmantd ·

      In reply to My website Is Not Working Properly In wordpress?

      To get help, we need to know more about the issues you are having. Did you create the site or hire someone to build it for you? Is this a recent change (did it work previously)? Please explain more if you want feedback.

      Please do not post a link to your site or it will be removed by a moderator as SPAM.

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      website Is Not Working Properly In wordpress

      by support341 ·

      In reply to My website Is Not Working Properly In wordpress?

      Your website is likely overloaded. Try compressing all images and uploading them to the site again

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      Reply To: My website Is Not Working Properly In wordpress?

      by shahshahzeb106 ·

      In reply to My website Is Not Working Properly In wordpress?

      If your website is not working properly in WordPress, there could be several reasons behind it. Here are some common issues and troubleshooting steps you can take:

      1. **Check for Errors**: Look for any error messages or warnings displayed on your website. These can often provide clues about what’s causing the issue.

      2. **Review Recent Changes**: Think about any recent changes you made to your website, such as installing a new plugin, updating WordPress or themes, or modifying code. Reverting these changes might resolve the problem.

      3. **Disable Plugins**: If the issue started after installing or updating a plugin, try deactivating all plugins to see if the problem resolves. You can then reactivate plugins one by one to identify the culprit.

      4. **Switch Themes**: If you recently changed your theme, switch back to the default WordPress theme (such as Twenty Twenty-One) to see if the issue persists. This can help determine if the problem is theme-related.

      5. **Check for Compatibility**: Ensure that all themes and plugins on your website are compatible with the version of WordPress you’re using. Older themes or plugins may not work correctly with newer versions of WordPress.

      6. **Clear Cache**: Clear your browser cache and any caching plugins you may be using on your WordPress site. Cached files can sometimes cause issues, and clearing them can help resolve the problem.

      7. **Check Server Status**: Verify that your web hosting server is up and running correctly. Sometimes server issues can cause websites to malfunction.

      8. **Review Error Logs**: Check your website’s error logs for any clues about what might be causing the issue. You can typically find error logs in your web hosting control panel or by accessing server logs via FTP.

      9. **Update WordPress**: Ensure that you’re using the latest version of WordPress. Outdated versions may have security vulnerabilities or compatibility issues that could affect your site’s performance.

      10. **Seek Professional Help**: If you’re unable to resolve the issue on your own, consider reaching out to a WordPress developer or support forum for assistance. They may be able to provide further guidance or identify the root cause of the problem.

      By following these troubleshooting steps, you should be able to diagnose and resolve the issue with your WordPress website.

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