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Google Analycator Causes Error 500

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  • I am getting a blank page after updating to version, previously was working fine.
    Have WordPress 3.8

    Hi Guys,

    Can you let us know specifically what the 500 error was. You can do that by turning on debugging briefly.



    I turned on debugging and finding that I have many issues with the template I am using and with other plugin. I will work with the template and I’ll be back to review my findings.

    Thank you for your prompt response


    I solve it by changing to a newer template, also needed to increase the memory size in WP

    Thank you.

    For me, wp-admin/edit.php (the Posts page) in the Dashboard was simply blank. No errors in the browser.

    Swapping to a newer theme made the Posts page render properly, as did duplicating the site (within our Multisite deployment – thanks NS Cloner!) and using the same theme (and plugins & settings).

    Activating('WP_DEBUG', true) revealed Out of Memory errors being generated by wp-includes/wp-db.php each time I navigated to wp-admin/edit.php.

    I began disabling plugins one-by-one and found Google Analyticator to be the culprit.

    Hi Frutke,

    We have new version of the plugin which reduced the amount of memory need and are currently looking for beta testers. If you could drop us an email here:


    We can get you a copy of the plugin and you can see if that helps.


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