Along with the power of PageLines and WordPress, comes a few common issues that we see relatively often. These issues come with flexibility and usually have a pretty straight forward solution. We'll go through the most common issues here.
The most common issues we see are typically related to plugins.
In order to diagnose if a plugin is causing an error, navigate to your Wordpress Administrator Dashboard → Plugins.
If the issue does not persist, one (or more) of your plugins is causing a conflict with PageLines DMS. To determine which plugin(s) is causing the conflict, follow these steps:
The console will provide you with the error type, the location of the error and the line number
If you encounter a white screen of death (WSOD) or receive a PHP error message preventing you from accessing your site, this may be due to a PHP error. This can be caused by a plugin conflict, server error or database issue.
You can usually assume a PHP error if you see incomplete page output (tip: view source), or an actual PHP warning/error printed to your screen.
Debugging PHP errors is made simple as WordPress comes with specific debug systems designed to simplify the process.
Enabling WP_DEBUG will cause all PHP errors, notices and warnings to be displayed, like the image above.