Troubleshooting errors is one of the harder tasks every WordPress website owner has to face. Despite WordPress being quite an easy platform to work with, errors do happen. The more common ones are often accompanied by a catchy name or an HTTP status code.
In this article, we will discuss the 502 Bad Gateway error. Even though it isn’t as common as the 500 Internal Server error or 503 Service Temporarily Available error, it can be as difficult to solve as its cause can vary. In this article, we will take a close look at what the 502
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