• travis0501

    (@travis0501)


    1.1.4 auto-update results in a crash to my website. I can’t even login to the control panel.

    It took me several hours to fix it by learning how to use SSH, etc. It was really a nightmare and finally back to normal by changing to the previous version (1.1.3).

    I am afraid to enable update anymore.

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  • Plugin Support Muhammad Haseeb

    (@haseeb0001)

    Hi @travis0501

    I hope you are doing well.

    We understand the inconvenience caused and have taken swift action by reverting the changes to version 1.1.6. Rest assured that this will avoid any further conflicts. We recommend updating to the latest version for a seamless experience.

    Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us through the support forum if you require any further assistance.

    Thanks and regards,
    Support Team – WPExperts

    chrisska83

    (@chrisska83)

    It is quicker like this:

    Log in to the server via FTP,
    Then under wp-content/plugins
    rename the folder “change-wp-admin-login” -> “change-wp-admin-login.hold”.

    This deactivates the plugin and you can access the backend normally again.
    Attention!
    Normal access again via /wp-admin

    Then update to 1.1.6 and the plugin can be activated again.

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