Support » Plugin: WordPress Gallery Plugin - NextGEN Gallery » Maintenance mode not possible – conflict with plugins

  • Resolved Mr.Lovebucket



    unfortunately it is not possible to use any of the maintenance plugins if Nextgen Gallery is activated.
    I’ve tested this with all other plugins deactivated and still it doesn’t work.
    My site runs on an 1&1 shared apache host (unlimited plus)

    Server configuration
        System : Linux (64 Bit)
        Server : Apache
        Memory : 76.55 MByte
        MySQL Version : 5.5.60-0+deb7u1-log
        SQL Modus : None
        PHP Version : 7.2.12
        PHP Safe Mode : off
        PHP Allow URL fopen : on
        PHP Memory Limit : -1
        PHP Max Upload Größe : 64M
        PHP Max Post Größe : 64M
        PCRE Backtracking Limit : 9223372036854775807
        PHP Max Script Execute Time : N/As
        PHP Exif Modul : yes (V7.2.)
        PHP IPTC Modul : yes
        PHP XML Modul : yes
        GD Version : bundled (2.1.0 compatible)
        FreeType Support : yes
        FreeType Linkage : with freetype
        GIF Read Support : yes
        GIF Create Support : yes
        JPEG Support : yes
        PNG Support : yes
        WBMP Support : yes
        XPM Support : no
        XBM Support : yes
        WebP Support : yes
        BMP Support : yes
        JIS-mapped Japanese Font Support : no

    It doesn’t make any sense to deactivate Nextgen just to go into maintenance mode, because most of my pages include many galleries.


    • This topic was modified 3 years, 11 months ago by Mr.Lovebucket.
    • This topic was modified 3 years, 11 months ago by Mr.Lovebucket.
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  • Plugin Author Imagely


    Hi @mrlovebucket

    I know that you have probably done this before I have to double check with you.
    Did you disable all your other plugins while testing?

    1.- Temporarily deactivate all your plugins except NextGen Gallery and one of your maintenance plugins.
    2.- Is the problem solved? Then, it was caused by one of your plugins. Please check one by one and find the one causing the problem.
    3.- If the problem is not solved with the deactivation of the plugins, try changing to a standard WordPress theme.

    Please let us know how it goes.

    – Gaby

    Thread Starter Mr.Lovebucket


    Hi Gaby,

    as you considered rightly I tried solutions 1 and 2 already. I will test No.3 and post about the outcome.


    Thread Starter Mr.Lovebucket


    Doesn’t work. Even with Theme TwentyNineteen and Nextgen as the only activated plugin maintenance mode isn’t showing.

    Plugin Author Imagely



    We’d like to take a closer look at the issue. We may need to temporarily deactivate plugins and switch the theme while troubleshooting. Would you feel OK with that? If so, please send us a bug report here: , refer back to this forum thread, and let them know Mihai referred you. 🙂


    Because it has been a month or more since your last reply, I am going to mark this as resolved as I assume you have found a solution. Please feel free to reply again if you still have questions.


    – Gaby, Customer Support.

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