Support » Plugin: Redirection » WordPress Dashboard issue

  • Resolved kelwin17


    After new update i got issue with redirection plugin, when i login to my wordpress website then i can’t able to see my dashboard..

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  • Plugin Author John Godley


    Ok, you’ll need to install the plugin for me to have a look at it.

    ok i installed.. but got error

    Raw REST API

    GET POST TypeError: Failed to fetch

    Failed to fetch

    Unable to make request due to browser security. This is typically because your WordPress and Site URL settings are inconsistent.

    Read this REST API guide for more information.

    • This reply was modified 4 months, 2 weeks ago by  kelwin17.


    Plugin Author John Godley


    Patience is always a virtue.

    I looked at Redirection on your site, finished off the installation, and created a redirect. Everything appears to be working and I am unclear about your original problem.

    I bought an SSL certificate from Godaddy and I was asked to follow the instructions in the url below to redirect my wordpress site to https. After i did Steps 1-4 , I could no longer access my admin dashboard.
    the url below shows the steps I followed. Has anyone had the same issues?

    Redirect my WordPress website to HTTPS for cPanel hosting
    After your SSL certificate is installed on your cPanel (Linux) hosting account, there are some modifications you’ll need to make to your .htaccess file to automatically redirect your visitors to an HTTPS version of your website.

    Note: These instructions don’t apply to Managed WordPress accounts with an SSL certificate. The HTTPS redirect is automatically enabled after the SSL certificate install finishes on a Managed WordPress account.

    1- Log into your WordPress Dashboard.

    2- Hover over Settings on the left navigation panel, then click General.

    3- Locate the following fields on the new page:
    -WordPress Address (URL)
    -Site Address (URL)

    4- In each field, update your URLs to include https instead of http.
    For example, would become

    5- Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Save Changes.

    6- Open your current .htaccess file in the /public_html/ folder with the cPanel file manager for editing.

    Plugin Author John Godley


    @vnkwenti is this related to the plugin Redirection? If so, can you post a new thread. If not, you should post in another forum.

    • This reply was modified 4 months, 1 week ago by  John Godley.
    Plugin Author John Godley


    @vnkwenti ok, that doesn’t have anything to do with Redirection. Please post your request in another forum.

    @johnny5 This is not related to the plugin. However, I have not been able to start a thread of my own on this

    Plugin Author John Godley


    If you can post here you should be able to start your own thread in a more appropriate place. This forum is only for the Redirection plugin.

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