Support » Plugin: Redirection » How to edit Redirection redirects without access to WP admin portal

  • Resolved jfancke

    (@jfancke)


    I accidentally set up a redirection that lets you get to the wp-admin page, but redirects for everything else.

    The problem I have is that after logging into wp-admin it redirects to wp-login.php which was included in my catch-all redirection.

    Is there anyway to edit the Redirection database without using the WP admin portal?

    • This topic was modified 6 months ago by jfancke.
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  • Plugin Author John Godley

    (@johnny5)

    There is not. You can disable the plugin by renaming the directory in your plugins directory. You can then delete the plugin and re-install.

    I see similar questions/replies on a couple of sites.
    Is there a list of standard exclusions(eg regex’s) that still allow ‘admin access’
    to an old site, but redirect all content?
    Similar as the OP, I want to move my site to another domain. But I would like to
    be able to login to the old domain for access/rules/cleanup/etc.
    thx, M

    Plugin Author John Godley

    (@johnny5)

    You can use a ‘do nothing’ action to ignore whatever URLs you need access to:

    https://redirection.me/support/redirect-actions/

    ok. thx. That indeed would (should) work.
    I’ve tried to see which URL’s should not be redirected. Afaict that is
    limited to:
    ^/wp-admin/* (slash optional)
    ^/wp-login.php

    If you know of any other, would be nice to let us know.

    gr, M

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