There are a few steps you can take to fix a broken WordPress site:
- Check if your website is down for everyone or just you. You can use a service like https://downforeveryoneorjustme.com/ to check if the website is down for everyone or just you.
- Check the error message. If you see a specific error message, it can help you identify the problem.
- Check your website’s error log. Your hosting provider may have an error log you can access which can help you identify the problem.
- Deactivate all plugins. A plugin may be causing the issue. To deactivate all plugins, you can rename the “plugins” folder in your WordPress installation to something like “plugins_old”.
- Reactivate your theme. If deactivating all plugins doesn’t fix the issue, it may be your theme causing the problem. To reactivate your theme, rename the “themes” folder in your WordPress installation to something like “themes_old” and then rename the folder of the theme you want to use to “themes”.
- Restore from a backup. If none of the above steps work, you may need to restore your website from a backup.
- Contact your hosting provider for assistance. If you are still unable to fix the issue, contact your hosting provider for assistance. They may be able to help you troubleshoot the problem.
Please note that, before you make any changes, it’s a good idea to take a backup of your site, so that you can restore it if something goes wrong.