There are several steps you can take to troubleshoot and resolve critical errors in your WordPress website:
- Check the error message: If you see a specific error message on your website, try to understand what it means. It can be a plugin or theme error that you need to resolve.
- Disable plugins: If you suspect a plugin is causing the critical error, you can try to disable all plugins at once to see if it resolves the issue. If it does, then you can enable each plugin one by one to identify the problematic one.
- Switch to a default theme: If the issue persists after disabling plugins, you can switch to a default theme like Twenty Twenty-One to see if it’s a theme issue.
- Increase memory limit: Some critical errors can be due to insufficient memory allocated to WordPress. You can increase the memory limit by editing the WP-config.PHP file or by contacting your hosting provider.
- Restore from backup: If you have a recent backup of your website, you can restore it to a time when the website was working correctly.
- Contact support: If you’re still unable to resolve the issue, you can contact your hosting provider or WordPress support for assistance.
Remember to always back up your website before making any changes, as this can help you recover your website in case something goes wrong.