HTTP ERROR 500: WordPress Website is currently unable to handle this request

HTTP ERROR 500: WordPress Website is currently unable to handle this request

This Problem may be for your Installed Plugin in WordPress.

To Solve this… “Find this abnormal Plugin & Remove It“.

1. Login to your Hosting / Cpanel

2. Go to File Manager

3. now, Navigate to you website files

4. open “ error log

5. find latest errors and see which plugin is making this issue

6. Rename that plugin older name

7. If Site Running , Remove that Plugin.


Change the Plugin Folder Name, Check If Your Site is Running. If Your Site is OK then The Issue is in your Plugin Folder.

Now, Revert back your Plugin Folder Name. Rename your all plugins name, one by one check all plugin by activating. Malicious plugin will create error. Remove that Plugin.




How to Change your wordpress permalinks structure

How to Change Your WordPress Permalinks Structure:


Why change your WordPress permalink structure?

A common thing we see in permalink structures are the usage of dates. For websites that post content that is related to current events, such as news sites, this makes perfect sense. However, for most blogs, the content is usually “timeless” as it tends to cover subjects that doesn’t relate to a specific date in time.

Using dates in your permalink structure also tends to have another side-effect, namely a lower CTR for older posts that may very well still be relevant. Whenever someone sees a result in Google with a date pointing back two years ago, they’ll be less likely to click that result. Seeing as Google uses this CTR for page rankings, it might be a very good idea to change your permalink structure to something more appealing to your visitors!


Changing WordPress permalink structure

There are two steps in changing your WordPress permalink structure. The first step is easy: go to Settings -> Permalinks and select Post name:

Changing your permalink settings

But what about all those old posts that still have dates in their permalink? With this handy tool, you can easily have a redirect generated that can be placed in your .htaccess file. This will point posts using the old permalink structure, to the new one. 

Please note that the tool currently only supports Apache-based servers and not Nginx.

After copying the redirect over to your .htaccess file, you should go out and test if everything is working properly. If the redirect doesn’t seem to be working, it could mean that you’re not allowed to use RedirectMatch on your Apache server.




WordPress: How to add portfolio page?

WordPress. How to add portfolio page

Here, you can know how to create portfolio page in your template.

Portfolio pages can be created with the help of page templates

1. Log in to your WordPress Administration Panel (Dashboard).

2. Click the Pages tab on the right

3. On the next page, click the Add New tab

4. Type in your page name, for example Portfolio page

5. Under the Page Attributes, select a Parent for your page

6. Select your page template ( Portfolio full or Portfolio in the Page Attributes drop-down menu)

7. Under the Custom Field tab, add a new field called category-include” (or just select it under the Name drop-down menu)

category-include – name of the category that is displayed on this Portfolio page (available only for the Portfolio page template) You need to use the slug of the category here (go to Portfolio -> Portfolio Categories and copy the slug from the tab on the right)

9. With that done, click the Update button

10. To create a new Portfolio with a new Featured image and content, chose Portfolio –> Add New from the left-side menu

11. On the next page, enter your new page title and put your content

12. Under Portfolio categories on the left select the category or categories.

13. Under Featured Image, upload your image (click the Set featured image link)

14. And click the Update button

15. To add the new portfolio page to the menus, go to Apearance -> Menus . Under the Pages on the right, select the page and click on Add to menu, then click Save Menu.



Redirect a WordPress site from non-WWW to WWW

Redirect a WordPress site from non-WWW to WWW

The following tutorial will show you how to redirect your WordPress site’s domain from non-www to www or vice versa. Redirecting one to the other is useful for SEO.

If you go to, you’ll see the URL changes a bit once you click enter. It goes to the non-www version. In order words, it goes to It’s a subtle change and it’s usually not noticed by users.

So why have they done this? It’s because, technically, the two are different domains but they have the same content. Without the redirect, they end up with duplicate content. With the redirect, they only have one site, so only one set of content.

With only one set of content, they guarantee they won’t be penalized by search engines or have their ranking split.

To move your site to non-www, find your .htaccess file using your host’s file manager or an FTP client.

Within it, look for the following code:

RewriteEngine On

If the code isn’t there, insert it at the top of your file.

Then, to redirect non-www to www, use the following code directly below RewriteEngine On:

RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^ [NC]
RewriteRule ^(.*)$$1 [L,R=301]

For www to non-www, use:

RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^ [NC]
RewriteRule ^(.*)$$1 [L,R=301]