Support » Fixing WordPress » [Plugin: AskApache Password Protect] Uninstall and removal

  • Great plugin idea, however, it didn’t work for me (broken links, plugins). What are the uninstall procedures that won’t kill the site?

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  • just remove the text inbetween # BEGIN AskApache and # END Askapache in the 2 files it modifies.. .htaccess and possibly /wp-admin/.htaccess

    I installed the plugins, and same with others, just can’t access my dashboard area.

    1. I’ve deleted plugin
    2. I’ve removed askapache from cpanel password protected directories
    3. I’ve deleted .ht access in admin folder

    and when I try to enter my admin area, it directs me to blank page now.
    The admin form is exist, but whenever I try to access dashboard, there is a blank page…

    What should I do ASkapache?
    Please reply me ASAP….this is my main job, and I can’t work for days….since I’ve locket out of my dashboard


    Try removing the wp-admin/.htaccess file on your server – eventually also the .htpasswda1 (or .htpasswda3 – depending on which version you’ve used) on the root of your site.
    If you have the original .htaccess file (from the root – from before you activated askapache) you should upload that. (Or – if I remember correctly: upload a blank .htaccess file (or a htaccess.txt that you rename on the server) and the update your permalinks afterwards. Don’t remember if that is all, but you won’t do any harm trying)

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