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I'm currently working in WordPress and keep getting this error: "Is currently unable to handle this request. HTTP error 500." What am I doing wrong?
After a lot of reading I have found that this is a common issue and is pretty easy to solve. This issue is caused many times by a plug in. Hopefully you can use your dashboard deactivate all plug ins. If you are not able to use your administrative panel you will have to do this the old school way. Manually reset your plug ins one by one until you find the one that is acting up This should clear it up.
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