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err_connection_reset wordpress

What is ERR_CONNECTION_RESET?Browsers like Chrome act as a bridge between your computer and the web server to retrieve the requested web page. During this connection process, many errors are possible, such as ERR_CONNECTION_RESET. This error indicates that something has stopped and reset the connection when Chrome tries to load the web page. You will see…
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Uncaught referenceerror jquery is not defined wordpress

JavaScript is used to induce interactivity in a WordPress page, such as hovering over to create animations and effects. Whatever fancy feature you see on the WordPress page, comes from JavaScript. Although it is very common to provide flexibility, runtime errors are very common with this. One of the most common JavaScript errors in WordPress…
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err_ssl_protocol_error wordpress

Problems with WordPress SSL can drive you crazy sometimes. If you are migrating your WordPress installation to a new server. You will probably have to deal with this problem. This solution is mainly used to fix ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR in a WordPress installation without https: // protocol. Suppose first the situation, how you get this problem. First,…
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WordPress page update failed

Adding changes to your WordPress site is a good practice to keep it interesting to read. But what if the changes you made to the content or design are not validated. In fact, WordPress pages are not updated with the changes you made. It’s a shame. I’ve received many queries asking users to make many…
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err_spdy_protocol_error wordpress

Before solving this error, we must understand why this error occurs. ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR is an error in the Chrome browser that may appear for different reasons, with or without the VPN. SPDY is the Chrome browser protocol designed to speed up Web pages and improve Web security. But because of a vulnerability issue, Google has stopped…
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413 request entity too large wordpress

    Contact Support When your Web server sets a particular HTTP request size limit, this indicates that the client has encountered a response that is too large for the 413 entity. This occurs when the request issued by the client is too large and can not be processed. by the web server. An example…
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WordPress fatal error

Have you had an error in WordPress that says “Fatal Error: Maximum Run Time Exceeded” each time you try to run a task such as updating a theme or plugin in WordPress? Do not worry. You’re not alone. Many WordPress users have encountered this error while performing various tasks and when updating WordPress or plugins.This…
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err_name_not_resolved wordpress

When you open a web browser (such as Google Chrome) and launch a Web site, the first thing to do is to contact a DNS server. DNS stands for Domain Name Server. This server resolves the name of the website (such as apple.com) to an IP address. Sometimes this DNS lookup fails and the browser…
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WordPress missing a temporary folder

What is the Missing Temporary Folder WordPress ErrorThe temporary folder error that is missing in WordPress is actually caused by a PHP parameter in your cPanel. This error specifically prevents you from downloading media and installing or updating themes on your website. To download media or use themes in WordPress, the CMS must have access…
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http error WordPress image upload

This HTTP WordPress error is very common when uploading images to your WordPress site. There are concrete solutions that this guide will cover. The HTTP error of downloading WordPress media often occurs after the image has had trouble downloading for a while. Occasionally, the image is downloaded even after the error alert appears. This can…
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