admin bar problems (4 posts)

  1. spudandspike
    Posted 3 years ago #


    My Blog has stuffed up when I'm logged it. It looks fine to a reader


    but for me the admin bar that is usually along the top is a list just above my footer.


    When on the dashboard its completely screwed and has a big list of things at the top but has made edit/add a post extremely confusing.


    I disabled all my plug ins to see if that was an issue and the list changed to this


    Ok, nothing changed - I didnt add any posts or plug ins but I did change the CSS code to make the image borders go away. We have since changed that back and the problem didn't get fixed.

    Does anyone have any clue?

  2. Krishna
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Try these and see if the problem persists:
    1. Deactivate all plugins
    2. Delete inactive plugins
    3. Revert to the default theme Twenty Eleven

    The above steps produce positive results, it means the trouble is caused by plugins or your current theme. You can narrow down to the one causing problem, remove it and put your site back with your themes and plugins. Always backup your site before making changes so that you can always restore from backups.

  3. alittlereddress
    Posted 3 years ago #

    hi spudandspike,

    Are you still having this issue?

    I seem to be having a similar issue. I moved a site from one host server to a new host server, using the same theme and database (so essentially the same site) and although it wasn't happening on the old host, it's happening now. So very irritating!

    Krishna, I tried deactivating all my plugins and deleting inactive plugins and nothing improved. I know it's not the theme, as it's the same theme I had no problems with before.

    My site is here: http://www.asspl.com.au
    Here is a pic of the strange admin bar: http://asspl.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/funky-admin-bar.jpg

    Does anyone have any new ideas?

  4. alittlereddress
    Posted 3 years ago #

    FYI...I was also having an issue with Jetpack not connecting to WordPress. I gave me a "site_url" missing error. In resolving that issue, I seem to have resolved the admin bar issue as well.

    All I did (embarrassingly enough) was put http://asspl.com.au in the
    WordPress Address (URL) field.

    It was already in the Site Address (URL), because that's where my install was.

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