Hi All! I’m a designer/front-end developer and one of my client’s blog’s is giving her the dreaded all-white admin area. The blog is located at
This apparently happened after she created a new blog post (no idea why). Here are the things I’ve tried so far:
increasing the memory limit in wp-config.php
changed name of plugins folder to plugins.deactivate to deactivate all plugins
backed up then deleted the theme we’ve been using (ProPhoto 4) to go back to wordpress default
Nothing worked. Deleting the ProPhoto theme actually caused her actual site to go all-white as all. I re-added the ProPhoto theme back in and now the site is working again, but admin area is still all white. Interestingly, the ProPhoto theme admin area within the wordpress admin area is working fine, and from within that area I can see the top nav bar and everything. But when I try to click on the bar or access any general admin area, everything is just white.
I suspect that we obviously need to update her wordpress installation, but I’m not sure how to do that without being able to see anything in her admin pages.
Any ideas? Help is very much appreciated!!!
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