How to Fix pluggable.php Errors in WordPress

There are a lot of errors you can run into with WordPress, but one of the more puzzling ones is the so-called Pluggable.php error. It can happen in various instances, mostly when activating a theme or plugin. The error is quite rare, but it comes with severe consequences when it happens. It causes your site to break, leaving you with a white screen and unable to access your site’s frontend or backend. If you have enabled error logging, you might see a message like this on the screen:

Warning: Cannot modify header

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How to Fix pluggable.php Errors in WordPress

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