Is your WordPress Site Not Working on Bluehost?

Have you tried to log in to your WordPress site on Bluehost and encountered the following error message?

“Oops! Something went wrong. Please try again later.”

If so, you’re in luck because you’re reading this blog post. You’re in for a treat because we’re going to tell you exactly what’s wrong with your site and how to fix it. Keep reading.

Is Your Site Blocked By Cookies?

One of the common reasons why people encounter the above error message is because their WordPress site is completely blocked by cookies. Cookies are pieces of information that websites store on your computer while you’re browsing them. WordPress cookies are essential for the site to work. When you browse a website with cookies enabled, the website knows it can trust the information it gets back from your browser. So if you’ve ever signed up for a service that requires you to log in with your email address and password, you’ve most likely encountered cookies blocking your access to that content. This is why you need to learn how to enable cookies on WordPress if you want to enjoy the full experience. Here’s a short tutorial on how to do that.

You Have JavaScript Disabled

Another common cause of the above error message is that you’ve disabled JavaScript on your browser. If you’ve ever visited a site with heavily scripted content, you may have encountered this issue. Some sites need to use JavaScript to work. Without it, the site won’t be able to run properly. So if you want to access content like this, you need to re-enable JavaScript. You can do this by adding ‘javascript’ to your browser’s URL in the address bar. So if you’re currently on the WordPress homepage, your JavaScript URL would be http://example.com/wordpress.

Your Theme Is Too Modern

Another probable cause of the above error message is that your WordPress theme is way too modern. While WordPress is extremely flexible, it does come with a default theme. And the default theme is pretty sleek. If you go with this option, you’ll encounter less issues. As much as possible, you should try to go with a theme that’s optimized for WordPress SEO. This will help ensure that your content is relevant to keywords and phrases people are using to find information on the web. If you need a hand, you can use this SEO plugin to help you find the right keywords and themes to fit your needs.

You Don’t Have A Live Chat Support Desk

A final cause of the above error message is that you don’t have a live chat support desk. When people encounter issues with websites or blog posts, they often want to talk to someone immediately. A live chat support desk enables users to send in a message, and one of the team members will respond as soon as possible. The immediacy of having a reply makes a big difference. When people need help but don’t want to talk to a live person, they will often resort to forums or email for answers. An IM or a live chat window on your site will make a huge difference in terms of how easy it is for people to get in touch with you. Having a live chat option from a phone number or email will also enable you to provide additional support if needed.

If you’re still having trouble after reading this post, drop us a line in the comment section below. We’d be more than happy to help you out.