Support » Plugin: Admin Menu Editor » ../wp-admin/plugins.php page goes blank

  • Resolved dlnews

    (@dlnews)


    As soon as the plugin is activated, the entire listing of plugins disappears from the ../wp-admin/plugins.php page – as if there are NO plugins.

    When we go to the Add Plugin page – it displays as active as do any other active plugin we have, any deactivated are showing as installed.

    When we remove the admin-menu-editor folder, everything returns to normal.

    Something is blocking the coding that drives the installed plugins to display properly.

    WordPress 5.7.2
    Nginx 1.20.1
    MySQL 14.14 Distrib 5.7.34, for Linux (x86_64)

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  • Plugin Author Janis Elsts

    (@whiteshadow)

    A blank page often means that there was a fatal PHP error. Please check the server’s PHP error log for recent fatal errors.

    If the page is not completely blank and it just says there are 0 plugins installed, that might be something else.

    Thread Starter dlnews

    (@dlnews)

    It’s the second scenario…

    Here’s a list of active plugins being used at the moment

    AddToAny Share Buttons 1.7.44
    Advanced Custom Fields 5.9.8
    Akismet Anti-Spam 4.1.10
    Better Search Replace 1.3.4
    WordPress Backup & Security Plugin – BlogVault 4.63
    Broken Link Checker 1.11.15
    Classic Editor 1.6
    Contact Form 7 5.4.2
    Custom Field Bulk Editor 1.9.1
    Custom Sidebars 3.31
    Disable Gutenberg 2.5
    Display Posts 3.0.2
    Edit Custom Fields 0.1.7
    Elementor Pro 3.3.2
    Elementor 3.3.0
    Essential Addons for Elementor 4.8.0
    Exclude Pages From Menu 3.0
    Favorites 2.3.2
    GTmetrix for WordPress 0.4.4
    iframe 4.5
    ImageMagick Engine 1.6.5
    Imagify 1.10
    Newsletter, SMTP, Email marketing and Subscribe forms by Sendinblue 3.1.15
    Mighty Addons 1.5.1
    Plugin Notes Plus 1.2.5
    Post Type Switcher 3.2.1
    Postie 1.9.55
    WebSub/PubSubHubbub 3.0.3
    Redirection 5.1.1
    Relevanssi 4.13.2
    Reveal IDs 1.5.4
    Optimize Database after Deleting Revisions 5.0.4
    Simple Banner 2.10.2
    SMTP Mailer 1.1.2
    SVG Support 2.3.18
    Yoast SEO 16.7
    Asset CleanUp Pro: Page Speed Booster 1.1.9.6
    WP PayPal 1.2.2.7
    WP Podcasts Manager 1.0`

    Plugin Author Janis Elsts

    (@whiteshadow)

    Take a look at the “Plugins” tab in AME settings. Could it be that all plugins are unchecked there for some reason? If you don’t need the ability to hide plugins, you can just disable that feature entirely by disabling the “Plugins” module in the “Settings” tab.

    Thread Starter dlnews

    (@dlnews)

    OK, I’ll go back to my corner now…

    Thanks Janis!

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