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How to fix HTTP error 500 Wordpress?

Have you ever frustrated your website showing error http 500. Even when you enable debug it still not show error. Here we will show step you can do to make your website accessible again.

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Disable all plugin
Go to cPanel > File Manager > public_html> wp-content. Then you will see folder name plugins. Rename the folder to plugins.bak to disable all plugin on your WordPress.

Increase memory limit in PHP INI
Go to cPanel > MultiPHP INI, select the domain and change the memory limit to 64M and click Apply.

Replace WordPress core file
Download the core file here. After finish download, go to cPanel > File Manager > public_html and click upload on the top. Choose the file that you have downloaded and upload it. Once upload finished, extract the file that you have upload and you will see new file named "wordpress". Move all the data inside WordPress file to public_html. Make sure before you move you have enabled show all file in the setting. Now your WordPress core file has been replaced.

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Updated on: 20/06/2022

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