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Small Glitch with WordPress Software

  • I have a strange issue with my WordPress installation. We are trying to start a blog mostly for inner-office use regarding our programming and such. An issue has just come up with the basic operation of the site. For some reason, when you click on a link or button, for the most part everything works fine. But on occasion, you click a link (or button) and nothing happens. If you click again, the desired action goes off without a hitch. I have absolutely no idea what could cause this- any help at all would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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  • esmi

    @esmi

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    It would help if you could describe which ‘buttons’ are causing the problem and when.

    It’s not any specific button or time- it seems to be completely random. When I am clicking through the site in normal use, it just happens for no apparent reason. What’s more, just 5 minutes ago the entire site froze, and we were unable to get to it from multiple computers. Yet as soon as I tried to look at the log messages and the processes on the server and such, it started working again so I was unable to see what the status was when that happened. The logs showed nothing helpful and I haven’t seen anything else that might be causing this problem.

    esmi

    @esmi

    Forum Moderator

    Sounds like it’s a server problem. I have the occasional freeze on my local development server but a soft restart normally solves the problem.

    Actually, I thought the same thing, but there is another blog that is running on the same server with (as far as I can tell) identical settings, and it has no problems whatsoever- I assume there is some sort of small setting that isn’t set correctly, but like I said, as far as I can tell they are the same. Any ideas as to what I might check?

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