WordPress is a powerful CMS. It has advanced over the years to be the platform that powers more websites than any other CMS.
It has a simple to use interface making it ideal for non-tech users. I have used it exclusively for my clients because it is just easy for them to use.
As is the case with any system, there are issues that arise occasionally that need to be addressed. And if you have ran WordPress for any length of time, you have ran into one or more of the following errors.
Knowing what to do is critical if WordPress powers your business website.
The following infographic is courtesy of Copyblogger (designed by Copyblogger Media’s Lead Designer, the incredible Rafal Tomal). It identifies the top 15 WordPress errors and offers solutions. Know what to do with the White screen of death? See #2.