WP Parallel Loading System
500 Internal Server Error (2 posts)

  1. gonasip
    Posted 4 years ago #

    the plugin once is installed makes some wrong changes to the htaccess file. While the website is apparently working the admin area is not any more reacheable turning in a 500 internal server error.

  2. joseairosa
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 years ago #

    If for any reason the plugin ruins your website redirections / links (it should not, it was developed to not mess with WordPress internal code) follow this steps:

    1) Access your website through FTP
    2) Go to your WP installation folder and follow this path "wp-content/plugins"
    3) Find parallel-loading-system and delete the folder

    It should automatically disable the plugin and return your website to the normal state.

    If it doesn't, open your .htaccess file (you might need to turn on invisible file view) and remove any lines related to PLS.


    RewriteRule ^(.*\.(jpg|jpeg|gif|png|php)) load_image.php?file_src=$1&extension=$2 [L,QSA]

    This will remove any residue from the plugin. However this plugin is bakcup aware, which means that before making any changes to your original files it will make a backup of the original.
    The bakcup name should be something like: .htaccess.bak_05-20-10_22:38

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