WordPress Errors That Make You Look Silly

If you have a blog or website, you’re probably using WordPress. Unfortunately, errors can happen whenever install a new plugin or use a new string of code. Before you know it, your blog or website has a bunch of characters and nonsense on it and your web traffic comes to a complete stop.

What do you do?

Never fear, an infographic courtesy of Copylogger is below. Use it as a checklist to make sure you don’t have any WordPress errors that make you or your company look silly. 

It’s No Laughing Matter When You Have WordPress Errors

Finding out your WordPress site has errors isn’t fun. You spend time and money getting your blog or website just right and BAM! It’s attacked overnight because of common errors that could have been easily fixed. There’s no need to panic. Remain calm and contact your IT person. They’ll be able to get your blog or website up and running in no time.

Most WordPress errors are easy to fix.

If you’re an entrepreneur and don’t feel comfortable fixing any errors, hire a reliable computer technician. If you’re running a small business, hire a reliable computer technician or consider hiring an IT person for your business. It could be worth it in the long run.

Final Thoughts on WordPress Errors

Run the latest version of WordPress.

Keep all plugins up-to-date. Use plugins from well known sources.

Use Askimet to catch all spam.

Test your website’s load time to make sure it’s loading properly.

Make sure your sidebars are in their proper place — to the left or right side of your content.

Review the infographic below and make sure your WordPress website doesn’t have any of the errors. Don’t panic if you discover your website has 10 or all 15 errors just fix them ASAP!

 

15 WordPress User Errors That Make You Look Silly [Infographic]

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Comments

  1. Hey, Amandah!
    thanks for passing on these good “watch out for” tips. I haven’t a clue how to fix most of them (yet), but every little piece of information I glean *will* fit into the jigsaw puzzle, sooner or later.
    I just tweaked a Setting or two on my personal blog, and may have to go back and re-tweak, in light of
    this.

    Bright Blessings of the Season – Karen

  2. Amandah Blackwell says:

    Hi Karen,

    Thanks for stopping by Savvy-Writer!

    I had to fix a couple of the errors that were listed on the infographic.

    Taking care of a website can be a full-time job in and of itself. :) Sometimes, I think about hiring a web master, and other other times I think about the valuable skills I’m learning. It’s a conundrum. :)

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