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  • Arjun Roy

    Member
    March 5, 2022 at 9:53 am
    1. Make sure the admin email address is correct and the email function of your host works.
    2. Check your spam folder. Some emails, particularly this one, often get routed to your Spam folder.
    3. Make sure your PHP is updated. (Most issues are resolved by doing this.)
    4. Look for the Error log in your File Manager. To do this, follow these steps
    5. Attempt to disable all plugins and use one of the default themes through your WordPress Dashboard (The current default theme is Twenty-Twenty). If you cannot access the WordPress Dashboard, use this guide to disable them through the PHP MY ADMIN database: ENABLE/ DISABLE WORDPRESS PLUGINS USING DATABASE.
    6. Once the plugins are disabled, you should then be able to access the WordPress Dashboard.
    7. Refresh your website. If the problem goes away, enable the plugins one by one to identify the source of the issue.
  • Swagat Sekh

    Member
    March 5, 2022 at 9:55 am

    Critical errors happens when there is a plugin or theme conflicting with each other. This can be happened by a faulty plugins. It is happens if your plugins not compatible with current version of WordPress or PHP. So there is a matter of testing. So the easy process is showed here.

    step 1: Deactivate all plugins.

    step2: active plugins one by one to see the changes. If error started to show after activating a specific plugin, then you should not use that plugin. Try to find an alternative plugin.