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  • Le site reste en maintenance même quand on supprime le plugin, impossible de remettre le site en production

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  • Plugin Author Alexandru Tapuleasa

    (@talextech)

    Bonjour,
    Nous sommes désolés que vous ayez rencontré ce problème.

    Une fois que vous avez supprimé Maintenanace, il ne reste plus rien à affecter votre site.

    Cela est en fait causé par la mise en cache de votre serveur ou de votre site. Si vous avez des plugins de mise en cache, veuillez vider leur cache et ensuite vider le cache de votre navigateur.

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    The same person is using two accounts ikiu91 and userreview38

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    (@jdembowski)

    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    @webfactory That’s interesting and there is some truth to that. How did you come to that conclusion?

    Hi all,

    I installed the plugin, and set up the maintenance page, when I put the site in maintenance, everything was fine, but I never could remove the maintenance mode, I tried to deactivate the plugin, then to uninstall the plugin, but the site was still under maintenance.

    I searched for a solutions on forums, I saw that there were problems with some cache systems, so i cleared my cache and ctrl + F5 with firefox, but the site was still under maintenance. I had to deactivate my cache plugin (wp-rocket) to find the site in production.

    Sorry, but it’s just too complicated just for a maintenance page for my customer

    if you find an update to correct that, may be i will use this plugin and change my review.

    @webfactory @jdembowski : sorry, but i have just one account on this forum

    best regards

    Gilles

    Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    @jdembowski the new account was created for the sole purpose of “revenge reviewing” and the tone and content of the review was close enough to this one to assume that it was written by the same person who decided to blame us because WP Rocket cache was doing its job in a way they don’t like/understand.
    Not sure if I should be glad or not that there was some truth to my assumption 🙁 Thank you for your time!

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