Fixing Broken WordPress Preview

Depending on your situation, try the following actions to fix your broken site preview

I get a white page

White page occurs if NoDns I/O is not able to fetch your content from the source site. Before attempting any modification, try firstly to reload the contents by clearing your site preview cache: Go to Dashboard, find the relevant domain name and click on Rebuild Cache.

Some hosting providers may block our automated requests in order to save bandwidth. If your preview creation is successful but displays Internal Error as a content, you may need to change your preview setup as follows:

  1. Log in to your NoDns I/O account
  2. Edit the project by using the Edit or Setting button
  3. Click on the advanced features tab
  4. Disable the Turbo Cache feature and choose Cache Visited instead
  5. Click on the Update Preview button
  6. Go the the Dashboard and click on the Rebuild Cache button if needed

If you still get white screen try the following operations:

  1. Make sure that the page you want to visit doesn’t redirect to other page
  2. Check that your website domain and server IP are correct
  3. Check that your domain and resource links don’t redirect to other domains
  4. Try to change the protocol from http:// to http://www and so on
  5. If the problem still persists, check that your hosting server doesn’t block NoDns I/O

My site layout is broken or some images are missing

Try the following actions until everything is right:

  1. Clear your NoDns I/O preview cache
  2. Make sure that your images are located on the same server
  3. Check that your content links don’t redirect to other sources
  4. Disable your site CDN
  5. If your site uses a caching plugin or a minification plugin, disable it.
  6. Go to the Nodns I/O dashboard and click on the Setting button
  7. Check that the Resource path is correct
  8. Click on the advanced feature tab and disable the Turbo Cache feature
  9. Click on the Update button a try to see if it fixes the problem.
  10. If your site is still broken, go back to the setting tab and switch the preview engine to Catch-all
  11. If the problem still persists, check that your hosting server doesn’t block NoDns I/O

Note that some WordPress theme are not fully compatible with NoDns I/O, some minor problem may arise: missing font, missing style, missing images. Please feel free to contact us for any requirement.


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