Getting blank pages on your WordPress admin panel?
Tried re-installing WordPress? Kept activating and de-activating plugins with no results? Kept looking at WordPress files like wp-config.php to find a blank line? Tried increasing WordPress memory limit by editing wp-config.php and still getting WordPress Blank Screen of Death?
OK, let’s cut to the chase:
First, .htaccess file is your friend. Add the line below to your .htaccess file to troubleshoot the WordPress blank page error:
php_flag display_errors on
Now when you go back to your WordPress admin panel, you’ll get an error message telling you what it is that is wrong. More than likely the error will be about exhausting memory. If that’s the case, don’t even mess with wp-config.php file. Here is what you do:
Delete the line we put in the first step and add the following line in .htaccess file:
php_value memory_limit 64M
Now, if the error message was memory related and this does not fix it, try putting 96M instead of 64M.
That’s it! You just solved your WordPress admin panel blank screen problem.