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I cant access my wordpress admin panel

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Absurtuk, Dec 7, 2013.

  1. Absurtuk

    Absurtuk Regular Member

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    hatimyal Senior Member

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    Hi

    You need to give more details.
    this could have happened due to changes in mysql database or something similiar.
    Did you change anything recently.
    Have you logged into your site previous or this is the fresh installation.

    Thanks
     
  3. laowai

    laowai Power Member

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    1. Clear your cache and cookies and retry
    2. Temporarily reset your .htaccess file to the "default" WP file
     
  4. Absurtuk

    Absurtuk Regular Member

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    I've just added some plugin which controls some login data,
    How can I shut down this plugin without not logging the admin cp ?
     
  5. Asif WILSON Khan

    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Premium Member

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    You need to login to your Hosting Control Panel (Cpanel) and delete that plugin from the plugin directory.
     
  6. Vekkata

    Vekkata Regular Member

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    probably you installed w3 total cache and wp super cache. OR you have installed NextScript auto posting plugin. Those plugin can cause this problem. Find where plugin files are in your hosting and rename the folders. Example: normal folder have name "W3 Total Cache" rename it to " W3 Total Cache--". This will fix the problem, so you can log in admin panel and delete/reinstall plugins that cause this problem.

    cheers
     
  7. zeetee

    zeetee Regular Member

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    simple thing is contact your hosting support. it usually happen if .htaccess file changed. it can be due to new plugins u just installed as Vekkata said. ask your hosting help desk to change it to default.