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I had this same problem, first put this in the bottom of your wp-config file to force url location: define('WP_HOME','yourSiteUrlHere'); define('WP_SITEURL','yourSiteUrlHere'); The ONLY thing that worked for me to log in is using the "emergency.php" script. It forces WP to let you in. Go here for more info on making the script: ...
This is a hosting question, as mentioned above. However, if you are going to host your DNS for the addon domain on Siteground, then you need to specify the nameservers for Siteground on your registrar. If your DNS will be hosted somewhere other than Siteground, then you will specify the IP address of the installation on Siteground.
his https://wordpress.org/about/stats/ should be your guide. As you can see more then 30% of wordpress sites run on php which do not meet your requirements. Side note: IMHO if you do not understand encryption enough to use the PHP API directly then hiding after some library will not improve the quality of your encryption, unless of course it is done just to ...
Are those requirement equal to those of WordPress core? No, WordPress still runs on PHP 5.2 with few more limitations on top and aims to work on a toaster found at garbage dump. Are those requirements practical for modern PHP hosting? Quite, PHP 5.4 is obsolete (security support ended last year) with lowest supported version being newer 5.5 at the moment, ...
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