i cant access my dashboard after installing a mudev plugin

hey i cant access my dashboard after installing a mudev plugin

  • Patrick

    Hi there @dane

    Welcome to WPMU DEV, glad to have you aboard!

    Whoops, that's no good. :slight_frown:

    Which plugin did you install? Some plugins are designed for multisite only, or single sites only, or only for sites either running BuddyPress or not running it.

    So... is your site a single site install of WordPress or a multisite? Are you running BuddyPress on the site?

    Apart from the answers to those questions, the most important thing is to to get you back into your admin. To do that, you'll need to access your domain via FTP. Once in, open your wp-content folder and rename the plugins folder to something else (like DISABLEDplugins for example.)

    That will effectively deactivate all plugins on your site so you can access the admin again. once you are logged into your site again, rename the plugins folder back to its original name (plugins) so you can reactivate them on your site.

    We can then debug the install of whichever plugin caused you grief. :slight_smile:

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