Support » Plugin: User Access Manager » UAM trashed my site.

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  • Is your site public? If so a link to the site might have been useful.
    If can still get to the dashboard, disable the UAM plugin. If you cant, then use a file manager to locate the user-access-manager directory in the plugin directory and rename or delete the user-access-manager directory. WordPress will then disable the plugin when it finds it can no longer access it.

    Thanks. Fixed it before reading your post though. Ftp into plugins and delete UAM folder. That sorted it.
    A link would’ve been useless. White screens for every page, post, forum, group etc.
    Thanks again for the prompt reply.

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