my blog was running up and about fine few days ago but today i can't seem to load the /wp-admin page. is there anyway i can fix this?
This might or might not get you back in while you figure it out. Worth a try.
after i login, the dashboard doesn't show. instead it's jsut a white blank page
after logging in, try this: //www.duostudio.com.my/options.php
That might give you some back-end navigation. If so, I might next see if something is up with the index.php file in the /wp-admin directory.
I'm sorry.. it should probably be //www.duostudio.com.my/wp-admin/options.php
hey clayon, thanks for your help.
i followed your steps but was still greeted with a blank page... any clue?
Any recent updates, edits or changes? Sounds like something maybe gone wrong in the /wp-admin directory.
i probably edited the function.php and footer php template a bit
I wouldn't think editing theme files would affect the admin pages like that. Strange, I can bring up your /wp-admin/install.php and your upgrade.php and wp-admin.css files with no problem. Maybe take a look at the contents of /wp-admin and compare it to your last backup. Take a look at index.php first, and see what that looks like compared to the backup copy.
Here is a link to what the contents of the default /wp-admin/index.php should look like in 2.9.2.
i only see this
<?php /** * Front to the WordPress application. This file doesn't do anything, but loads * wp-blog-header.php which does and tells WordPress to load the theme. * * @package WordPress */ /** * Tells WordPress to load the WordPress theme and output it. * * @var bool */ define('WP_USE_THEMES', true); /** Loads the WordPress Environment and Template */ require('./wp-blog-header.php'); ?>
I am experiencing the same problem with WordPress 2.9.2 and Firefox 3.6.3. after upgrading to FF 3.6.3.
When logging into WordPress I get a blank screen.
I clear everything from the 'clear recent history' option and it works, until I try and return to the Dashboard. Then each time I get another blank screen.
you want to look at the index.php that is located inside the wp-admin folder. The one above is the index.php file from the root of your blog.
If you're on the lastest version, download a fresh copy of wordpress then upload them to your server.
Sounds like something is missing somewhere.
It sure seems like that may be the case... A missing or damaged file.
i have reuploaded the entire /wp-admin folder but the error still reoccuring
can't load my login page at all or the dashboard
any thoughts? help pls!
One of your plugins may be conflicting with the admin panel. Try forcing all plugins to deactivate by following this guide:
i manage to deactivate my plugin but i still can't load /wp-admin
help pls :/ i also reuploaded the entire /wp-admin ... but to no avail!
I'm totally with you evanlau! I'm getting the SAME exact error on BOTH of my blogs! It is like WordPress stopped working all together! My blogs are http://www.theglossophile.com/blog and http://www.theglossophile.com/derron/blog/. Using firefox, when I log in, the page just stays blank and FF tells me "done" at the bottom left, meaning the page is finished loading. What do I do?! I've tried reinstalling, I've even REMOVED my plugins (as I have back ups) via FTP and I cannot access my dashboard at all.
i think it has something to do with me clicking on the dashboard to upgrade to the latest version cause this problem took place maybe a day or two after i upgraded
Did anyone have any luck fixing this? I've got the same problem. I've tried re-uploading the db and files, re-installing WP four times now, and even reverted back to 2.9.1 and it's the same problem. I just don't understand it. I've installed and configured numerous WP sites but this is the first time I've had this issue and I'm pulling my hair out. Send help before I go bald!
I figured out my problem sort of. At least I narrowed it down to my functions.php file. I must have modified something when I was browser testing (damn you IE6!). Once that was removed everything was back to normal. Hope that helps someone. :)
i do have the same problem too. This happen after i upload new theme. I can log in to wp-admin but after that there's only blank page. My site also only blank page. Wonder what happen. I try all suggestion here, but nothing work. Hope someone can tell me whats wrong with it ....
I had the same problem. Dashboard (wp-admin) is loading as blank page, and the internal pages cannot be loaded too. There are no missing files, no conflicts with plugins, versions, etc... Also, the problem is not in my browser ;)
So, the solution! I'm on dedicated server, and after restarting the Apache this strange problem was resolved. So try to restart your server/apache or ask the support to do it for you. It may work...
Hey Guys, I am also have the same problem.
Actually I installed new theme developed by me, after activating my theme
admin panel is loading with blank page.
Help me , relay It frustrating me.....
Looking for solutions to the same prob. I cannot load admin pg anymore. No dashboard. Nada. I've tried most all of the troubleshooting above and still nothing seems to help. I still see a blank admin page w/ no way to log in.
Anyone find a solution yet?
Me too for a client site. Site is fine, but WP login page not accessible. Any ideas?
still no solutions, even after i posted a new question. anyone? anyone?
it can be caused by a plugin or a modified file in your template
so if you have modified your functions.php. make a backup of the file and clean it.
if it does not work backup your plugin and clean all your plugin or rename it
Please contact your hosting provider and have them check your mod_rewrite rules.
"Apache must be configured so that mod_rewrite works.
1. Make sure a line like the following appears in your httpd.conf LoadModule rewrite_module /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_rewrite.so
2. In the <Directory> directive of your virtual host, look for this line "AllowOverride None" and change it to "AllowOverride FileInfo Options"
3. In the <VirtualHost?> section of the config file for your host there will be a line defining the hostname. You need to add the following if you want virtual hosts to work properly: "ServerAlias *.domain.tld". Replace domain.tld with whatever your one is, and remove the quotes.
Again, contact your hosting provider if you need assistance with this one." extract from a post followed by masonjames
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