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  • Krishna

    (@1nexus)

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    Reset your permalinks temporarily to default and see if the error goes away.

    How do I reset the permalinks if I can’t access the dashboard?

    In the database I see the permalink_structure is set to: /blog/%postname%/.

    I tried changing it to “/?p=n”, “/?p=n/”, “/%post_id%/”, “/blog/?p=n/”. That didn’t change anything.

    Krishna

    (@1nexus)

    Member

    Try adding the following to your .htaccess file (at the beginning) and see if it helps:
    RewriteRule ^post/([0-9]+)?/?([0-9]+)?/?$ /index.php?p=$1&page=$2 [QSA]

    That did not help.

    Here’s my primary sites domain: http://LittleGreenAgency.com/

    Krishna

    (@1nexus)

    Member

    OK, please remove it from the .htaccess file.
    Using FTP/ cPanel, try deactivating all plugins and revert to Twenty Twelve theme temporarily to see if that makes any difference. Please keep it that way. Also link to your site so that I can have a look at it.

    I’ve deactivated all of the plugins and changed the theme to “twentytwelve”.

    And I had edited a comment above to include a link to my site.

    One more thing, I spoke with GoDaddy and they said there isn’t anything happening to the server that would cause this. They are not blocking direct access to the index.php as indicated in this post.

    Krishna

    (@1nexus)

    Member

    Can you replace the Twenty Twelve theme (delete it first) and replace it with an unedited freshly downloaded copy?

    Twenty Twelve

    Deleted and replaced.

    Krishna

    (@1nexus)

    Member

    Sorry I get the same errors in the theme. A freshly downloaded copy of the theme would not produce the same errors.

    In the meanwhile, you may also try replacing the wp-login.php file as I see that the login form tries to load and either gives a 404 error or goes into an unending loop.

    I clicked the link you gave me, downloaded a fresh copy, deleted the existing folder via FTP, and uploaded the new one. Not sure what to tell ya.

    I downloaded WordPress 3.5.2 and replaced my wp-login.php file from the new folder. Still getting the same 404 error.

    I’ve downgraded from 3.5.2 to 3.5.1 and I’m still getting the same 404 when trying to access the wp-admin.

    I’ve also repaired every database table and that didn’t do anything either.

    The issue seem to be focused on the wp-login.php. If you try to access this page after upgrading to WordPress 3.5.2 the page enters into a redirect loop.

    I have been getting the same problems. My server folks said it was a permissions problem. They were able to fix that for one of my WPMS installs but not the 2nd one.

    I am very interested in a solution as well and I think it’s really crappy that they would roll this out on a Friday when the senior server experts aren’t working.

    Krishna

    (@1nexus)

    Member

    In the meanwhile, you may also try replacing the wp-login.php file as I see that the login form tries to load and either gives a 404 error or goes into an unending loop.

    Downgrading is not a solution for many reasons. If you can, you may try to manually upload WordPress except wp-content and wp-config.php

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