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  • #16569
    Giuseppe
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    Hi Suman,
    I checked FAQ and documentation and nothing was there!

    I deactivated the plugin to see if it’s HMWP that changes my theme, now I can’t login o my admin panel!

    It shows the user name/password page, but when I enter user name/password it just refresh the page and doesn’t login!

    Many Thanks

    #16575
    Suman Maharjan
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    Hi, did you rename wp-admin path name in HMWP settings? If so then you’ll need to comment out or remove following line from wp-config.php file:

    define(“ADMIN_COOKIE_PATH”, “/NEW_WPADMIN_PATH_NAME”);

    If still the issue then please try this:
    In “wp_options” table in your database, delete the rows with following “option_name”:
    – hide_my_wp
    – hide_my_wp_undo
    – hmwp_ids_installed
    – hmw_all_plugins
    – external_updates-hide_my_wp
    – hmwp_spam_counter
    – hmwp_temp_admin_path

    Let us know!

    #16586
    Giuseppe
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    Thanks Suman,
    I commented out the line and I login to my dashboard without any problem.

    now I activated the plugin, I need to Undo Previous Settings in Start tab, right?
    and should I change this line in wp-config.php to default? (no comment line)
    define(“ADMIN_COOKIE_PATH”, “/NEW_WPADMIN_PATH_NAME”);

    many thanks

    #16587
    Giuseppe
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    #16590
    Suman Maharjan
    Post count: 7150

    For step 1,

    – if it’s Apache server and if the htaccess file is writable then you need not do anything (the rule will be auto added to htaccess)

    – if it’s Apache server and if the htaccess file is NOT writable then you’ll need to manually add the rule in htaccess (Manual Configuration button)

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