WordPress has proven to be one of the most reliable and easy to use platforms for website development and publishing posts. However, we always download and install third party themes to amplify the appearance of our website. Just like themes, plugins are also created by the third party to extend the functionality of WordPress. Till now, there are more than 41,500 plugins available at WordPress.org. And, that is why the WordPress community says “There is a plugin for that”. Activation of a buggy theme and plugins can trouble your WordPress installation or WordPress Website. White screen of death, internal server error, error establishing database connection, failed auto-upgrade, connection timeout, and several other errors can create problematic situations for WordPress users. In this post, we are going to shed light on the causes of the white screen of death (WSOD) and how to resolve this error. WSOD is a common error in which you get nothing except a white screen; no text, no icon, no image. When you encounter WSOD or any other problem without any error message, the very first thing you need to do is enabling debug mode.