Easy Pie Maintenance Mode
[resolved] BACKWARDS! (2 posts)

  1. DCRogers
    Posted 2 years ago #

    the plugin is splashing my admin!

    so, now i don't have admin access, but the site is still up.


  2. Bob Riley
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi DCRogers,

    Every once in a while I've seen another plugin interact with maintenance mode in such a way as to disallow admin access as you've described.

    The most surefire way to resolve the situation is to delete Easy Pie Maintenance Mode by doing the following:
    * Go into your web host file manager
    * Then go into the wp-content directory
    * Then within there the plugins directory
    * Then highlight and delete the easy-pie-maintenance-mode directory.

    I'd recommend after doing this that you look check out your other plugins to see what other plugin may be interacting in such a way - these are usually plugins involved in redirecting URLs. The reason that this is important is that other maintenance mode plugins may exhibit the same problems even if you decide against re-installing Easy Pie Maintenance Mode.


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