How to fix white screen of death in WordPress?

How to fix white screen of death in WordPress?

White screen of death in WordPress

Have you ever encountered a white screen of death while using WordPress? What’s more frustrating than a white plain screen without any message displaying on the screen!!

Do you know how to fix that? If no, then you have come to the right place. I hope reading this article will be helpful to you.

White screen of death is one of the most common WordPress error which you can face using WordPress because it locks you out of your admin panel. Sometimes it affects a certain part of your site while the other part of the site works perfectly fine.
By reading this article you will be able to find some possible solutions to fix this error. However, if you don’t want to kill your time; you can hire our WordPress technical support team to fix this for you. To get their customer service, you only need to dial +1 888 614 0555.

Before going further, first of all, let’s read that what is the cause of this type of error to get more information.

Causes of white screen of death

  • Memory Exhaustion
  • Poorly coded theme
  • Due to some plugin that may not be working properly
  • Issues with web hosting server
  • Your Theme may be causing the problem
  • Theme directory may be missing or renamed

Possible solution to resolve white screen of death

1. By Enhancing memory limit

Exhaustion of memory is one of the main causes of this issue. So in order to resolve this type of error try to increase PHP memory in WordPress.

2. Disabling all plugins

After logging to your WordPress dashboard go to plugins menu and then tap on installed plugins. After it, a list of the plugins will appear. Here you can check the number of the installed plugins and their statuses. Each plugin which is active has Deactivate button beneath.

Tap on it and the plugin will be turned off.

3. Replacing the Theme with a default theme

If the above methods don’t work then try replacing your current WordPress theme with a default Twenty Seventeen theme. An ideal approach to do this is by backing up your theme folder.

Then at that point erasing the theme. WordPress will consequently fall back to the default theme. Then again, you can go in your phpMyAdmin and refresh the database tables in wp_options table.

The accompanying table names would need to be refreshed: Style sheet, current theme and template.
If this fixes the issue, then you should look at your theme’s functions.php file. If you find any extra spaces at the bottom, then you should try fixing it.


If the above solutions don’t work then you don’t have to worry. White screen of death is an annoying problem but it is easy to fix.

For any queries, you are free to contact our technical support team WordPress help Dial : Toll-Free: +1 888 614 0555


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