September 1, 2012

How to Add a Custom Database Error Page in WordPress

You ever remember seeing a screen like Error Establishing a Database Connection on your site. This can happen for various reasons, but often users don’t know that their site is down. Also that page itself looks pretty ugly in itself. In this article, we will show you how to customize your database error page in WordPress. We will also show you how to setup a notification for every time your website goes down due to a database…

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