Context before doing the migration.
I get a hosting service last year whit “BlueHost” I installed a WordPress in that hosting with a user that I will call “mrcstudio”
However, a week ago I decided to cancel my “Bluehost” account, but not before backing up everything I had done on the WordPress account I referred to earlier. On that account, I installed the “Elementor” plugin through which I bought a template. That Elementor account was linked to my mrcstudio user, then I also installed the “All-in-One WP Migration” Plugin and went through the process of backing up my data.
Now, canceling the account with “Bluehost” is supposed to remove everything. And I thought that the WordPress account would also be deleted.
A few days ago I bought a plan with “Digital Ocean”, then I created a Droplet and installed WordPress. I did the WordPress install on this Droplet via SSH, and everything installed fine. In this WordPress a user was created and that user was linked to an email…
When I enter the administrator [ redundant link removed ] I put the credentials of the new user; Being in the Dashboard I installed the plugin “Elementor” and “All-in-One WP Migration again, in this way I was able to load my Backup and apparently everything was satisfactory, however when I left the Dashboard and the next day I wanted to enter, I could not start logged in with the new user credentials, the system forced me to log in with the mrcstudio user credentials 😕😕
From that moment I can sometimes access the Dashboard, however, it is very slow, or when I do not access this message appears https://prnt.sc/5hcIbpC181cm
Finally, I am not working with the new user that I recently opened, but with the mrcstudio user, that is, the WordPress user that I initially created in the Digital Ocean droplet disappeared.
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