In a digital world hooked on instant gratification, one of the last things you want to experience when browsing is an error message. This can be incredibly frustrating, and may even be a sign that something serious has gone wrong.
For average users, the really confusing errors are the ones where it can sometimes hard to distinguish between a problem with your WordPress site and something else, such as a networking or browser issue.
An especially common and usually non-WordPress site related error is the “ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED” message you’ll sometimes see in Chrome. Fortunately, it’s relatively easy to pinpoint the cause of this problem. You can then get back to using whatever website you were trying to access in the first place.
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