Occasionally, your site may encounter a plugin conflict or other difficulty that prevents it from loading or accessing the Administration Dashboard. WordPress error logs may assist you in determining the source of problems on your site; but, in order to generate those logs, you must enable a feature called Debugging Mode, which by default is disabled for security reasons. Debugging mode will generate a file containing a list of all error messages encountered on your site.This tutorial will walk you through the process of enabling debugging in WordPress.
To enable debugging in WordPress, follow these steps:
In the FILES section of the cPanel home screen, click File Manager:
In the left sidebar, click the name of the directory that you want to open. The directory's contents appear in the right pane.
Locate the wp-config file in the WordPress installation directory:
Open the wp-config.php file in your preferred IDE or text editor.
Add the following lines at the end of the file:
define( 'WP_DEBUG', true ); define( 'WP_DEBUG_LOG', true );
Save the changes. WordPress will now log all errors in the wp-content folder in a file called debug.log. Keep in mind that debug mode will not prevent the dreaded white screen of death, but it will assist you in identifying the offending plugin or theme.
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