• Resolved bruza005

    (@bruza005)


    Hi can someone please help with this error. i just downloaded the plug in and now cannot access any of my pages in the back-end of wordpress.

    Many thanks

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  • Plugin Contributor Paul Sorel Nagy

    (@nagysorel)

    Hi,

    Please change the name of the squirrly-seo plugin directory to seo or anything with FTP and then check if you can access your back-end.

    If you need help to do this, please email us at support@squirrly.co to get step-by-step assistance.

    Thank you.

    Best Regards,
    Sorel

    Thread Starter bruza005

    (@bruza005)

    Hi I removed squirrly completely and it seems to be still doing it. I am working from another location (not usually the same one that i access my wordpress with) so i don’t know if it has to do with that. Also i do not know where to find the SEO plugin directory, where is that

    Plugin Contributor Paul Sorel Nagy

    (@nagysorel)

    Hi,

    If you removed Squirrly and the issue persists, then it’s not a Squirrly issue.

    You can try to deactivate plugins one at a time to check which plugin affects your website and contact the support team for that plugin.

    Please let me know if this helped you.

    Regards,
    Sorel

    Thread Starter bruza005

    (@bruza005)

    Thanks, the issue was coming from another plugin. Thanks for the help and support.

    Plugin Contributor Paul Sorel Nagy

    (@nagysorel)

    Hi,

    I’m happy that I could helped you.

    Feel free to contact us at support@squirrly.co for any question or issue.

    Best Regards,
    Sorel

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