This is another common error that WordPress users may come across is “Internal Server Error”, or sometimes “500 Internal Server Error”. This error usually happens when there is something wrong, but the server is unable to idefntify where the problem is. Since the error message does not indicate where you should look for the error, it pretty much up to you to figure this out. We have compiled a list of solutions that you can try and one of them will help you resolve it:

  • Checking for Corrupt .htaccess File
  • Increasing the PHP Memory Limit
  • Deactivate all Plugins
  • Re-uploading Core Files
  • Ask your Hosting Provider

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