It's safe because it takes copies it can roll back to in the case of anything unexpected. If it can't fix your problem it will extract the information you need to take to your Hosting Service and then roll back leaving everything unchanged.
How WPerroFixer works?
There is no way WPerrorFixer can search your WordPress website for errors and then make the changes necessary to fix any errors without your FTP password. Sorry! It can’t be done. But WPerrorFixer is as secure as it can be because as soon as it has successfully fixed your website (and provided you with a record of any changes made) it erases your password and all of your details – no trace of you remains in the WPerrorFixer system or files – none! For your peace of mind we recommend you immediately replace your passwords
Quick and Easy
It only takes seconds to register with WPerrorFixer by enter ing your Wordpress URL and password. Then WPerrorFixer can usually fix your WordPress within moments, leaving you with a record of any changes made. All that’s left for you to do then is reset your password. In the rare event where your error can only be resolved by your Hosting Company (for example ...) then WPerrorFixer will provide you with an easy-to-understand outline of your problem to take to them.
If you can't find your error in our list, there are two likely reasons.
The first is that the error is not with WordPress but in your own device,ISP, hosting, for example if your server is experiencing additional traffic that it can't handle, either on your website or on a website you share a server with. These problems are usually temporary.
The second possibility is that you have a rare and unusual error; all the common ones are covered by our list. If this is the case then your quickest option is to contact the Official WordPress Support team. Before you do though, it would help us enormously if you could outline your problem using our Feedback/send a new error facility so that we can develop a solution for future releases.
Why? This is usually because a process in the server has overrun to the point that it can no longer complete. Let WPerrorFixer check the server and website and if it can't find the problem you will need to check your device or ISP, if possible by trying the same operation with other device or via another ISP.
Why?Your WordPress website has a problem connecting its the mysql database. It may be your database has a broken table, or your WordPress software has not got the correct data to link to your database , or the server that hosts it has hit some limitation on your account or is experiencing a traffic spike. Use WPerrorFixer to check it out and if it’s not repairable WPerrorFixer will give you an outline of the problem for when you contact your hosting company.
MySQL server has gone away
WordPress database error: [Table 'wp_options' is marked as crashed and should be repaired]
Why? Your database of your WordPress website (Mysql) can't execute a query due to and error in the database itself or a server configuration setting (hosting companies set these limitations to prevent individual WordPress websites impacting the overall perfomance of the server).
WPerrorFixer will either fix it or give you some information with which to contact your hosting company.
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '=' /wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/ ... on line 3
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ')' /wp-content/plugins/Jetpack/ ... on line 32
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '(' /wp-content/themes/ThemeForest/ ... on line 23
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING /wp-content/plugins/lazy-load/ ... on line 13
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ELSE /wp-content/plugins/Akismet/ ... on line 45
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected end of file in /public_html/wp-content/ ... on line 5
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '$content_width' (T_VARIABLE) in /public_html/wp-content/themes/mharty/functions.php on line 1
Why? There is a bug or error in the named file and line and WordPress can not execute the file commands. You can either update the affected theme or plugin as per the error message or, if this is not possible for any reason, WPerrorFixer can de-activate the relevant plugin or theme so that you can use your WordPress administration to update and re-activate them.
Warning: file_get_contents(http://twitter.com/users/***.xml) [function.file-get-contents]: failed to open stream: HTTP request failed! HTTP/1.0 400 Bad Request in /home/***/public_html/wp-content/plugins/thinktwit/thinktwit.php on line 369
Why? This could be a restrictive hosting configuration or because your WordPress files have corrupted code. In most cases WPerrorFixer is able to change any restrictive configuration or fix corrupted code.
Why? All errors which have shown in this list can affect to wp-admin. The way to affect the WordPress administration is that you can't enter because it is broken. Then, we find the other errors , WPerrorFixer can fix wp-admin and the same time.
Thank you for helping us to make WPerrorFixer as up-to-date and complete as possible.
We don't yet have the resources to guarantee that we can look into your problem immediately, (for that your best option is to contact the Official WordPress Support), but you will be helping us to help future users of WPerrorFixer by enabling us to continue to provide safe and speedy solutions to WordPress users.
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