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$25 USD PayPal to Whoever can Help me With my WP Probz.

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by jpy295, Jun 9, 2014.

  1. jpy295

    jpy295 BANNED BANNED

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    Hey,

    I have posted this problem awhile ago trying to get some help, but did not yield any good responses... Sooo, hopefully the incentive of 25 bucks will help someone spend the time to suggest some solutions..

    Ok, now heres the problem...

    Every time i login to my wp admin area its all i see is a white screen with navigation on the sidebar, but when i click the navigation on the side it does not lead anywhere, the same white screen just keeps showing up..

    If i try your solution and it works i will send the 25 bucks directly to your paypal account..

    I have attached a screenshot of exactly what i see when i log in to my wp admin area.

    Thanks guys,
    Joe
    Screen Shot 2014-04-28 at 4.02.17 PM.png
     
  2. SeanAustin

    SeanAustin Power Member

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    I would just try deleting wordpress from your ftp and then downloading it and installing it again.
     
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  3. Demuze28

    Demuze28 Newbie

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    youre using too much memory, might have been a plugin u installed
     
  4. jpy295

    jpy295 BANNED BANNED

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    Alright, i will give it a shot...
    The only thing that makes me nervous is losing all my content. How do i avoid that?
     
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    jpy295 BANNED BANNED

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    Thanks for the suggestion...
    How do i handle this issue though?
     
  6. JordanT3Leads

    JordanT3Leads Junior Member

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    Have you tried contacting your hosting support?
    Delete the wordpress and reinstall.
     
  7. Demuze28

    Demuze28 Newbie

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    i would disable all plugins, change the theme or try going into the wp config php file and using the display errors code
     
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    jpy295 BANNED BANNED

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    The hosting is through go daddy, i have contacted them several times... they are absolutely no help
     
  9. Numbuh362

    Numbuh362 Elite Member

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    before you try anything crazy try a different browser, I've experienced something similar to what you are experiencing now and it was fixed as soon as I switched browsers.
     
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  10. jpy295

    jpy295 BANNED BANNED

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    how would i disable plugins without access to the admin area though... and changing the theme is out of the question
     
  11. Demuze28

    Demuze28 Newbie

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    try adding this code to your wp-config.php file then go back to the page and it should show you errors

    error_reporting(E_ALL); ini_set('display_errors', 1);
    define( 'WP_DEBUG', true);
     
  12. jpy295

    jpy295 BANNED BANNED

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    It was a good thought.. But i just tried it and it did not work. Thanks though... if it did that would have been a quick 25 for you hahaha
     
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  13. newklear

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    @SeanAustin that would probably solve the problem, but I don't think he made a backup for the site since the only plugin that he has is All in one SEO.
    I bet you already tried clearing the cache, trying to log in from another browser and from another computer.
    There might be several reasons: do you use the gd1.2 theme anywhere else? If not, then change the theme to twenty twelve. 20 13 or 20 14 to see if that fixes the issue.
    If it's not the theme check your .htaccess. If it's more than the code bellow try cleaning it up
    Code:
    # BEGIN WordPress
    <IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteBase /
    RewriteRule ^index\.php$ - [L]
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
    RewriteRule . /index.php [L]
    </IfModule>
    # END WordPress
    If not, PM your email and error.log file


    BTW I've heard some people having trouble with the godaddy wp install. If the htaccess method doesn't work download wordpress from https://wordpress.org/download/ and overwrite it via FTP.
     
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  14. Demuze28

    Demuze28 Newbie

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    u can also go to ur ftp and go to ur wp-content folder find your plugins folder and then rename it to anything then that will deactivate all of your plugins
     
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    thanks for all the suggestions guys... What i really need to do isedit the posts... Is there anyway to do that without the wp admin?
     
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    Demuze28 Newbie

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    you will need to increase your php memory before anything, thats the reason why you have a white screen
     
  17. newklear

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    raptor editor, but it costs
     
  18. lord1027

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    I've dealth with this problem before, it can have various reasons, most common is getting out of memory. PM me if you want me to take a look via Team Viewer.
     
  19. naskootbg

    naskootbg Power Member

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    It can be done with very simple PHP script. You must know the database name, host and the pass to connect or to have access to the Cpanel/ftp. You can also edit the posts from PHPmyadmin (if have access to the Cpanel).

    Aloso I think that possibly your web designer do this to prevent loosing contract. Is this correct?
     
  20. ChanzGrande

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    Google knows why this happens, and I have also encountered this problem - most frequently AFTER moving the wordpress installation from one location/server to another. You have a number of options to explore, but I would be extremely surprised to hear this was related to a memory problem.

    I would sooner think it relates to:

    1. WP-Super-Cache
    2. htaccess files
    3. file and permission errors related to moving a wordpress installation.

    If you want to deactivate plugins, but can't get into your wp dashboard, you can always simply move the folder on your server that has the plugins in it. Your wordpress will deactivate them all once it can't find them anyway.

    I would guess your issue VERY likely could be solved by editing the file in your /wp-content/themes folder. That file being functions.php

    and if you add somewhere near the top the lines:
    Code:
    update_option('siteurl','http://example.com');
    update_option('home','http://example.com');
    
    Replace example.com with the full url to your wordpress installation. You should immediately delete these lines if/when it fixes your problem. Also I highly recommend deleting at least the folder with WP-Super-Cache as I strongly believe this is your true problem.

    Also in the wp-config file - you should delete the lines that reference the cache, and/or the cache location.

    I'm confident the two step approach above will resolve your problem, and I am available to help your troubleshoot. Just send me a PM - I've fixed this problem dozens of times on my wordpress installations.

    Good Luck!
     
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