There are so many things that can go wrong when you run a business, and with so many contributing factors, too: human, environmental, technological. Then you throw a website into the mix and, well, you don’t need me to remind you about all the opportunities for disaster.
Ahem… security breaches, undetected downtime, rampant issues with broken links, bad UX design, and so on.
Let’s say, however, that you’ve done everything perfectly. Your site is secured. Pages load at top speeds. Search engines are happy to rank your WordPress sites on the first SERP. But then a 504 error pops up. What the…?!
Where did the 504 error come from and what does it…