Sometimes we found that error:
Fatal error: the Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted.
Generally, we have the solution for this that can be attempted in the first try–
- IN our wp-config.php (public_html/wp-config.php) add the below code.
- In .htaccess file add the below code.
php_value memory_limit 64M
Most cases resolve our problem.
BUT In Some cases, we got an error 505 internal server error.
Also, I have seen this error:
No need to worry—>>
I have solved this error.
You just need to have the files and folders excess to solve that.
Go to wp-content –>> In this folder, you will see the ** themes, plugins, uploads and upgrade folders, etc.
Just rename the folder and one by one and refresh your website.
In my case, I have renamed the PLugin folder. That resolves the problem. After that, I found the plugin which caused the problem
Just deactivate that and you are all set..!!!
Try renaming themes folder etc. if still found an error