Disable wordpress plugins manually can help you to bet back your wordpress blog admin dashboard
so I have connected to my WP plugins page and upgraded the MainWP Dashboard plugin.
After setting it up to upgrade to the latest version, 3.4.2, I lost the possibility to see anymore my WP Admin page, as the redirect was to a link where there was no page. “https://seorom.info/wp-admin/admin.php?page=mainwp_about&do=whatnew” . “The page isn’t redirecting properly”
Hmm, as I am not a WP coding guru, I went on Google and found this nice workaround on how to disable wordpress plugins manually
For me it worked the changing the folder name under /wp-content/plugins/ folder.
Check it out.
Still looking to figure out how to get back my MainWp dashboard plugin back as it is a useful tool to keep track of all the blogs managed with wordpress.
Tried to uninstall and install again the MainWp Dashboard plugin but still no use, it is not working…
So I thought that maybe there is a conflict with another plugin.
So I went and disabled all active plugins, activated just the MainWp plugin and surprise, it worked!
After this I started to activate one plugin after another to see which one was conflicting with MainWP.