We are going to explain you about a very common error that you come across WordPress Updating Failed nowadays. And that is a Simple Error called as Update Failed and you are probably offline. Now let’s understand How you can Fix WordPress Updating Failed and Publishing Failed Error quickly.
1. Check Site URL
Go to General from the Settings Option, check your Website URL, sometimes your Website Address is different than your original Site Address make sure you are using correct HTTP version because this can cause Post not Publishing or Updating problem.
2. Install and Activate WordPress Classic Editor Plugin (Temporary Solution)
Go to Plugins then add new section search for Classic Editor Plugin and Install it, let’s try to Publish new Post hope our problem is already solved.
3. Changing WordPress URL in Database
- Go into your cPanel. If your Web Server Provider does not give you a cPanel, then Go into your phpMyAdmin.
- And then select the Database that is related to that site. If you have just one site and one database, it’s good. Now go to the wp_options. And here where they are the URLs of your website, just remove the entire URL and put a slash (/) and click some other place so that it gets updated. Do the same thing with the Second URL.