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wp-admin only usable with all plugins disabled *used to work fine* (3 posts)

  1. jvoorman
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello,
    I am having horrible problems on two of the domains I run with wordpress that has me befuddled. I host with Liquidweb, who has top notch support, and they are equally befuddled.

    Without installing a new plugin, updating a new plugin, or tinkering with code, my sites completely stopped working (both /wp-admin and the frontend of the site).

    My host’s support disabled the jetpack plugin, at which point I could see my homepage, but when I went to /wp-admin I just received a 500 Error page in Chrome and a blank page in every other browser I tried.

    My host then disabled all of my plugins by renaming my wp-content/plugins directory. I was now able to access my website and /wp-admin again, but this is of minimal help because both sites are plugin driven.

    I re-created the /plugins directory. I then downloaded the following plugins to my local computer via FTP, and then reuploaded them via FTP to the plugins folder:

    The Events Calendar (Modern Tribe)
    The Events Calendar Pro (Modern Tribe)
    Wordpress SEO (Yoast)

    With these three plugins, I was able to run the frontend and admin area of my site just fine. Anything beyond that caused a variety of issues in the admin area, including but not limited to, not being able to modify posts, not being able to add posts, or getting a blank screen when trying to access /wp-admin

    Some of the plugins responsible for one of these errors:

    Shareaholic
    loginradius
    nextgen gallery
    jb shortener

    My greatest confusion is that EVERYTHING worked 100% fine, and I made no updated or modifications (except to posts) – and then two sites just completely ceased to work.

    The domains are: http://cleverock.com + http://musiccityencore.com

    Any insight from the esteemed wordpress community is greatly appreciated.

    ??[Am I permitted to offer a small fee for a developer to help me, or does that post need to go somewhere else?]??

  2. It definitely seems like it's a plugin issue. Had you recently updated any of your plugins? Maybe something that might have been recently introduced and changed the makeup of your site?

    ??[Am I permitted to offer a small fee for a developer to help me, or does that post need to go somewhere else?]??

    For that you'll want to post over on jobs.wordpress.net

  3. todayheads
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I believe its a plugin problem, see what u have updated lately, or installed and more of that i believe more a conflict between wordpress plugins

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