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    Hosting load problem

    My first page is okay but my other pages show an error when entering them. After research, I found that it is normal. But I want to solve it. What should I do? Should I have to change my hosting site?
  • #26608
    Per my understanding on your issue, there can be several underlying reasons for this issue out of which the most probable ones are listed below:

    1. Server-side issues: There may be problems with your hosting server that are causing the pages to load slowly or not at all.

    2. Poor website performance: Your website's performance could be impacted by factors such as large images, unoptimized code, or too many HTTP requests.

    4. Traffic spikes: If your website is experiencing a sudden increase in traffic, it may be causing the pages to load slowly or fail to load.

    To fix the issue you can try out the below solutions:

    1. Check the website's performance: Use a tool like Google PageSpeed Insights to see if there are any issues with the website's performance that could be causing the problem.

    2. Check the server logs: Your hosting provider should be able to provide access to server logs that can help you identify any issues with the server.

    3. Contact your hosting provider: If you have ruled out other causes, it may be worth contacting your hosting provider to see if there are any issues on their end that need to be addressed.

    If none of these steps help, it may be necessary to change your hosting provider. Consider looking for a provider that offers better performance and reliability.

    Regards,
    Aman

    I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.

  • #26611
    Ways To Fix Your Slow-Loading Site

    Enable Caching.
    Remove Resource-Hogging Plugins and Add-ons.
    Optimize and Reduce the Size of Your Images.
    Minimize Your Code.

    Regards,
    Rachel Gomez

  • #26654
    Check Your Connection (and Other Sites) First, let's get the obvious out of the way: are you connected to the internet? ...
    See if the Problem Is on Your End or Theirs. downforeveryoneorjustme.com. ...
    Browse a Cached Version of the Page. ...
    Disable Add-Ons and Other Interfering Software. ...
    Narrow Down the Problem. ...
    Fix Your DNS.


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