How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress

How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress

How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress
How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress-: When you visit your WordPress site and you suddenly see 502 Bad Gateway error. So you will think that what has gone wrong in your site, due to which your site is showing 502 error code. Most of the time, this error resolves on its own in a few minutes, but if it does not correct on its own, do not worry. In this article, I will tell you how to fix the 502 Bad Gateway error. So let’s start.

How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress site-:

1. Reload Page-:

How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress

If you see a 502 bad gateway error in your site, then the easiest and first thing to do is – wait for a minute then reload your page. Now your site will start to open again. Or you can open your site by opening a separate browser. Also, you can see the down status of your site by visiting the site of downforeveryoneorjustme.com.

2. Clear Browser Cache-:

How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress

Whenever you encounter such a bad gateway error message, do not forget to clear your browser cache, sometimes it can be caused by the browser cache.

3. Disable CDN-:

How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress

Your CDN (content delivery network) may also be the cause of the 502 server error. If you are using a 3rd-party CDN, disable your CDN. the easiest way to disable CDN is not to remove your CDN name server to with default Nameserver of your Hosting Provider. Then you can visit your site and check.

4. Check DNS Servers-:

How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress

Check your DNS servers. DNS servers may also be the cause of bad gateway errors on your site.

5. Check Plugins and Themes-:

How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress

If you misconfigure Caching plugins on your site, it can generate 502 error code. To fix this, deactivating the plugin. If you are unable to access the WordPress dashboard, then you will have to log into the cPanel of your web hosting then go to the root directory and click on “wp-content”.

After that rename the plugins folder to plugins_old. By doing this, all the plugins on your site will be deactivated. Note: If you deactivate the plugins, you will not lose data. Now visit your site. If your site is fixed, rename your plugins_old folder to “plugins” again.Now log into your WordPress dashboard and activate each plugin in turn. After activating each plugin, visit 4-5 page of your site.

6. Delete Browser Cookies-:

How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress

Browser cache is similar to clearing. If you clear the cookies stored in the browser, the 502 bad gateway error can be fixed.

7. Restart your computer-:

How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress

If you are seeing 502 bad gateway errors on more than one website, in these cases restarting the computer may help you.

8. Restart your Networking Equipment-:

How to Fix 502 Bad Gateway Error in WordPress

(modem, router, or other networking devices). Your networking device may also be the cause of a 502 bad request. If 502 from your site

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Hi, I am Amar Patel from India. Founder, Author and Administrator of wpknol.com. I am a Simple Average Man who Loves life and Love living life.Professionally I am a Mechanical Engineer. Apart from my Job, I Love to write the things around WordPress WordPress CMS.
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