How to Fix WordPress Blog showing blank pages

wordpress Few days back, WebTrickz (Self Hosted WordPress blog) started showing blank white pages when opening the index or home page and 404 error pages when opening any single post. If your WP blog is having a similar issue, then don’t panic because I’ve found an easy way to fix this problem.

webtrickz homepage - WP blank page issue

First, make sure you’ve a backed up your blog database. Deactivate all Plugins and see if the issue is resolved. If this doesn’t works then follow the below tutorial:

Recommend Trick – I’ve tried it myself 2 times and it worked great.

To fix this issue, Login to your blog Cpanel (Control panel). Open the ‘My SQL Databases’ entry located under Databases box in cpanel.

My SQL databases

Under Modify Databases, open drop-down menu of Repair DB: and select your blog database.

repair database

Click ‘Repair DB’ button and wait for repairing process to be completed.

Repair completed

Now open your blog and it must be working fine. 😀


Mayur Agarwal is the founder and editor of WebTrickz. He is a Tech enthusiast and an Internet freak who loves to try out new gadgets and smartphones. You will usually find him sharing useful How To’s and Tips & Tricks. Follow him @mayurjango on Twitter where he is extremely active.

9 Responses

  1. Great info Mayur. Thanks for this nice tutorial and hope this will help me in future.

  2. Ramakanth says:

    I though you lost your database on that day, can you tell me why this problem arise?

    • Mayur says:

      I got to know about the issue after 2 hours when people pinged me about it. I’m not sure why it occurred, may be the database got corrupted.

  3. I got that same problem today but HostGator team fixed it for me 🙂

  4. thanks for this tricks, really helpful 🙂

  5. Nabil says:

    Thing is – I can’t even access my Dashboard. So I have to rename the plugin-folders all the time which is pretty time consuming…

  6. Firues says:

    Okay, just one problem if someone may help me please. How do you login to the blog Cpanel (Control panel)? Our site doesn’t seem to have any plugins

  7. Gun says:

    Mayur, Thanks alot for your detailed explanation.

    I have searched 2days and found wp-config.php is the main cause of WSOD in feed page.

    thanks alot

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