Sometimes something goes wrong. This section will help you get out of it quickly.
📄️ How to fix 403 errors in WordPress
A 403 error is a HTTP status code that indicates that the client (e.g. your web browser or a bot) is not authorized to access the requested resource on a server. This error occurs when the server understands the request, but refuses to fulfill it due to lack of permission or authorization from the client.
📄️ How to fix 404 errors in WordPress
The "404 Error" is a HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) status code that indicates that the requested resource could not be found on the server. In other words, the web server was unable to locate the page, image, or file that the user requested.
📄️ How to fix 500 errors in WordPress
The 500 Internal Server Error is an HTTP status code that indicates that something went wrong on the server that is hosting your WordPress site, but the server is unable to be more specific about the error. Essentially, the server is saying "something is broken, but I don't know what it is."
📄️ My website is taking too long to load