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LinkedIn API - Server 500 Error on some pages

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I have a wordpress site built with a custom theme - I'm having problems getting previews to show while sharing some pages on LinkedIn (while they work fine in Facebook)

Using the LinkedIn Post Inspector some of the pages come back with a 500 error and some don't.

These are the things I've tried

  • Looked at the server logs - not found anything obvious.
  • Made sure that the page is valid HTML.
  • Increased the PHP memory limit.
  • Made sure the page has the right doc type and that there aren't any comments after the closing tag.
  • Installed a caching plugin to improve performance / loading speed.
  • Added social meta content through the Yoast SEO plugin.

I've tried elements one by one from a page template until the Post Inspector no longer returns a 500 error, but so far I haven't found a pattern to what is causing it.

Is there anything else I can try?

It can't be an SSL issue if only some of the pages are returning a 500?
<p>I have a wordpress site built with a custom theme - I'm having problems getting previews to show while sharing some pages on LinkedIn (while they work fine in Facebook)</p>
<p>Using the LinkedIn Post Inspector some of the pages come back with a 500 error and some don't.</p>
<p>These are the things I've tried</p>
<ul>
<li>Looked at the server logs - not found anything obvious.</li>
<li>Made sure that the page is valid HTML.</li>
<li>Increased the PHP memory limit.</li>
<li>Made sure the page has the right doc type and that there aren't any comments after the closing tag.</li>
<li>Installed a caching plugin to improve performance / loading speed.</li>
<li>Added social meta content through the Yoast SEO plugin.</li>
</ul>
<p>I've tried elements one by one from a page template until the Post Inspector no longer returns a 500 error, but so far I haven't found a pattern to what is causing it.</p>
<p>Is there anything else I can try?</p>
<p>It can't be an SSL issue if only some of the pages are returning a 500?</p>
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