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I was managing a site, taking over from a previous administrator. With his last breath, he changed something on the site, precisely on the login section:


I don't know if intentionally or not, but the login form has vanished. This is an ASAP task to fix it, so what I can gather, the PHP code, that calls on the sidebarlogin plugin, gets auto commented. This has not happened previously and I have no clue what is causing it. Where I input the code, it is without the "" tags, but when it renders, the php gets commented out.

I did not find any solution on google since searching for "auto commenting/ comment" detailed problems gives very different problems/solutions in the category of wordpress.

All help would be appreciated, I hope this is some kind of "switch this and everything will be alright" problems :)


My bad in asking the question badly. This "system" or configuration worked previously, I have the exec-php plugin installed and it is working. Something got changed and now it is NOT working :(

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you can reach the login via: spiritualresponse.com/wp-login.php – Michael Apr 11 '12 at 20:40
Oh, you missunderstood I know, how to reach the admin pane. I am worried by the "average" visitor, I want to place their login page back where they left it :) – Gergely Csata Apr 11 '12 at 20:50
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the 'login' menu button points to a page - to execute php code in pages you need a plugin such as the 'exec-php' plugin or similar.

in the meantime use http://www.spiritualresponse.com/wp-login.php to login

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Hi Michael! I already have the exec-php plugin installed and it is actively running. Maybe I phrased my question badly, my bad. It WORKED PREVIOUSLY. SOMETHING went wrong and now IT stopped working :( – Gergely Csata Apr 11 '12 at 20:52

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