WordPress Quick Fixes You Should Try First

These are quick fixes I’ve come across while using WordPress. Instead of writing out an entire article for each one, sometimes just a simple answer is all that’s needed.

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If you’re looking for something specific, try searching the website. I often write about more severe problems that need more than just a quick fix.

For WordPress-specific issues, you can find a lot of answers in the “How to WordPress” area of the site.

Another good resource for you to try is the WordPress.org Support forum. Sometimes, an answer might just point you in the right direction.

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Why Set Up a Quick Fix Page?

In reality, this page is as much for me as it is for you. I come across weird issues all the time, and having a database of things I’ve come across helps me remember how to fix them.

This is especially useful after setting up a new theme, trying out a new plugin, or moving websites to a new host. Having a page I can quickly glance at is greatly beneficial.

So, if it helps anyone else along the way, then I’m glad I can be of service. If not, then at least I have a page I can refer to when things go south.

Sometimes, a Quick Answer for WordPress is All You Need

Over the past decade, I’ve come across a wide variety of issues in all CMS platforms. And while some answers were far more convoluted and involved, mostly a quick fix is all that was needed.

Before you panic when things break, keep in mind that sometimes even the simplest answers can repair major problems. From resaving a plugin’s settings to simply emptying the cache, always start with the simplest explanation first.

Maintaining a website isn’t as difficult as some might believe. This is especially true when you’re dealing with WordPress.