Does your site have an error that is preventing you from reaching your wp-admin? Some sites will ask that you disable all of your plugins which if you do not have access to your admin area can seem confusing to a new user but we’re here to help remove that confusion. In this video we will show you how to deactivate all plugins when not able to access your wp-admin.
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For the first method we are recommending using a FTP, if you do not know what that is you would want to take a look at our article:
We will rename the plugins folder and if you are able to log in after that change you can begin reactivating your plugins one at a time to find which is the root of the problem.
For our second method we will walk you through how to edit the database through phpMyAdmin including what database table to change and where to find it.