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Dashboard not working properly wordpress 3.3.2 (8 posts)

  1. nileshpanse
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    One week back my wordpress 3.3.2 dashboard started displaying weirdly
    It shows horizontal stripes and all the menu items left aligned in a long list further I am unable to edit my website.
    In past one week I have gone through almost all the possible solutions provided on the Internet. But nothing seems to solve the problem.
    I am stuck and could not send my work details to my client.
    Any help would be much appreciated.

  2. Jorge
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    One of the first things I would start with are the plugins.

    Deactivate all of them via the Dashboard, or rename the plugin directory via FTP. Then reactivate one by one to see which plugin recreates the problem.

  3. nileshpanse
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi Jorge I have tried renaming the plugins folder to pluginsold as I cant deactivate the plugins from dashboard because dashboard is unable to load the plugins....It keeps showing the plugins loading...., but it never loads. But my website still works fine and it seems to be accessing the plugins from somewhere inspite of renaming the plugins folder, refreshing( Carl+f5), deleting cache manually.
    I have two website folders on my public.html both have WordPress separately installed. But both the websites have the same dashboard issue. Both website use different plugins.

  4. Jorge
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I have two website folders on my public.html both have WordPress separately installed. But both the websites have the same dashboard issue. Both website use different plugins.

    Are both installs on different themes, or are you running the same theme on both separate installs?

  5. nileshpanse
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi Jorge
    I have two different themes on two different wordpress installs.
    I see the dashboard problem on both the WordPress installs.

  6. JarretC
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Do you remember doing anything before the dashboard started displaying incorrectly? Install a plugin? Install a theme? Make a change to your hosting account?

  7. Jorge
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Make a change to your hosting account?

    That was my next one. The idea is, go back in time regarding your installs...do you remember any change or modification that occurred before you began to experience these problems? Perhaps your hosting provider is experiencing "hiccups" because of upgrades or mods. Maybe you did something in your .htaccess file? Is this a single install or a WordPress Network install?

  8. nileshpanse
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi Jorge, & jarretC
    I have done nothing new like plugin install or change of any .CSS script or changed any of my .php files. The problem happened just one fine morning.

    It's a single install I have just two websites in my FTP bothe use different themes and different WordPress installations.
    I had changed htaccess file in order to increase memory allocation as was suggested on a different thread on same topic. http://codex.wordpress.org/FAQ_Working_with_WordPress#How_do_I_Import_a_WordPress_WXR_file_when_it_says_it_is_too_large_to_import.3F

    That did not work so I reverted to the old file. And my website worked fine but WordPress deshboard had the same problems.

    The same problem had happened before and it solved itself within hours or a day...so I thought its happening because of slow Internet but it's been a week now and my dashboard is not back to normal. It's definitely not a slow Internet problem because I have checked it on few other places to confirm this.

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