Even though WordPress is the most popular and powerful platform it becomes stand as point of frustrations. One of the most common technical issues that make the end users overwhelmed understands the admin panel. Webmaster and developer feel annoying when they install lots of codes and plugins and they face lots of error and bug in the system but fail to find any solution of them. The problems are actually evolved from unknown PHP database.
Fortunately you are not alone in the vast community of WP. Your superiors have faced similar problems previously and they found the solutions and shared as well for others. We are going to make you familiar with some of the problems and their effective solution.
It is the most irritating problem that usually faced by beginners and we are supposed to fix this for fresher’s.
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Sometime you may fail to remember your last password thus you are unable to enter your dashboard. In that case you need to try the feature “Lost your password?” to create a new password but it also fails sometimes.
You can fix this by applying two methods on FTP and phpMyAdmin
Step 1: Login to FTP and go to /wp-content/themes/(youractivetheme), open functions.php file.
Step 2: Add wp_set_password(‘YourNewPassword’,1); in the file right after <?php Change YourNewPassword and save
Step 3: Upload the file to FTP
Step 1 : Login cpanel and open PhpMyAdmin, then choose website database.
Step 2: Click on table wp_users and find username
Step 3: Password can be edit or change in this step. Then make sure that all passwords in WordPress are secured with MD5 encryption.
Step 4: Click GO
The Admin dashboard is not showing CSS. The links are not properly organized. We have two effective solutions of this.
Rename current installed theme folder. For example: “twentytwenty” to “twentytwenty-temp”.
>Login to your WordPress wp-admin.
>Check if your theme is compatible with your version of WordPress.
>Check if your theme contains coding which can’t be executed.
>Navigate to the wp-contents directory via FTP.
>Rename plugins folder to “plugins-temp”.
>Create a new folder called “plugins” at wp-contents.
>Try to login to your WordPress wp-admin.
>Move your plugin from “plugins-temp” to “plugin” and activate them one by one.
>Check and replace any plugin which is not compatible with current version of WordPress.
If your blog is hosted on a Windows server, this could be an error with Directory Indexes.
>Login to the Control Panel.
>Click on Web Options.
>Go to Directory Indexes section.
>Add index.php to the Directory Indexes.
To be frank having issues with WordPress could be a source of frustration it may consume countless hours for troubleshooting. Keep patience and follow the following ways. We are coming soon with new more similar problems and their solution.
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