Tried out TML and liked a lot of it but there were a few bugs I couldn’t sort out (navigation issues because it generated second login, register, and profile pages to what I already had, and clicking “forgot password” link could generate an error message).
When trying to debug the issue I disabled TML to see how things would work without it – and that’s when the shit hit the fan.
I was logged out of my website and any attempt to log back in I got a “too many redirects” error loop on Chrome, and a 404 on IE. It didn’t matter whether I tried logging in through the front end menu button, or the /login page, or /wp-admin, or social login.
I have tried all the potential “fixes” I’ve found online:
– cleared cache & cookies
– disable all plugins (if I do that I can’t even get to a login page)
– deactivate theme (got a complete blank page)
– new login file
– site redirecting fixes suggested on wordpress codex > edit functions.php, edit wp-login.php file, edit wp.config.php file
– delete .htaccess file
– delete TML plugin folder
– delete all pages tml created
– use phpmyadmin to find and (carefully) remove all options and metadata containing ‘%tml%’ or ‘%theme_my_login%’
– reset permalinks
The problem still exists – access to my website completely ruined by this plugin.
The one and only break-through I’ve had is that via Internet Explorer (doesn’t work on Chrome) I can now login to the front end via the social login plugin (not via any other method), and once logged in I can then access the back-end via url address.
But my website is a membership site so this minor solve still isn’t solving my problems in terms of making logging in easy for them all.
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