There are some common WordPress Errors and you can find solutions to them easily via a simple search in WordPress Forums or on some WordPress related blog,however you may face lots of others which aren’t common and even a search doesn’t provides any related issues,here in this articles we will see what should be the ideal way to solve a WordPress error for which you can’t find any solution.
1.Check Updates: Some people continue with the old version of WordPress,Themes and Plugins and in some other cases their developer adds a code to stop the client from updating,so the first step should be to check if your WordPress is updated to the latest version and the themes,plugins you are using are updated.
Update them if they aren’t,Can’t update? contact your developer or hire someone as this will require to look into the codes.
2.Cache issues: Using Cache Plugins? Clear all the caches and your browser caches also and check if this solves the issue.
3.What recent Changes you Made? If you are getting an error,think what changes you have made in previous 24 hours(in most of the cases) and roll back to the previous settings and check if it resolves the issue,don’t roll back to the previous settings, if you are getting an error after updating the WordPress Core,themes or plugins as these are updated to fix bugs and to add new features,If this is the case skip to the next one.
4.Deactivate All Plugins: In most of the cases conflicting plugins cause some errors and you can check out if the plugins are causing the problem,deactivate all the plugins and activate them one by one and check if someone of them is causing the problem.
5.Switch Back to the Default WordPress Theme: If you have tried everything above, in that case switch back to the default WordPress theme like twenty four or someone else and check if that solves the issue.
Still the problem exists? you can ask it in WordPress support forum.