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When I am trying to login as admin to my site I am redirecting to another unknown page. The login page is pointed to a page-Id2 .I don't understand why it is happened and how to solve it.

The links to admin page are redirecting to that page Id-12 .

Could any one help me to resolve the issue

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My first recommendation would be to delete or rename your .htaccess file. That file is what contains the guts of WordPress' redirection engine. And that's also the only thing that could be redirecting from the login.

WordPress redirects virtual URLs to http://blog.url/index.php so that the blog can serve up content. But the admin dashboard and login pages are real pages within the site ... not virtual URLs. If you can't manually get to http://blog.url/wp-admin/index.php or http://blog.url/wp-login.php then that means something on the server side of things is preventing you from accessing WordPress ... .htaccess is the first place to look ... your actual server configuration would be the second.

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Thanks for your help.A plugin named theme-my-login ( wordpress.org/extend/plugins/theme-my-login/)is causing the problem .All the sub-sites of multisite Installations are redirecting to some other pages If I installed that plugin. – Name-AK Sep 18 '10 at 14:09
I got an answer from theme-my-login authors .They said that the plugin is not compatible with Multisite Installation . – Name-AK Sep 25 '10 at 13:07
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The problem has been solved when I deactivated some plugins .

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