This might be a stupid problem (probably stupid for me doing it), but I’m using yout plugin on one of my website pages and today the HTTPS stopped working (getting an error saying that there isn’t the right third party info and warnings when you go to the page).
So I started messing around with the settings to see if that would fix it. One of the things I did was change the host and the port, then I checked off the SSL with Administrator box (I think that was it) to see what it did. Anyway, it logged me out of my WordPress site and when I went to /wp-admin to re-login I would just get a blank page. Figuring I broke something, I went into the plugins in my FTP, deleted the HTTPS plugin folder, and I was able to log back in.
The problem is that now when I re-install the plugin I can’t activate or delete it through the wordpress dashboard, it just gives me a blank screen. Is there a way to completely flush the plugin manually through the ftp? It seems to be saving my broken settings even after I delete the folder…
I know this is silly / weird problem, but any help would be great..
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