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You should integrate the ability to automatically update your plugin right through WordPress. There is a tutorial that gives you some help on this. Just my personal view, but: Please stay on the good side. Offer updates all the time, so your plugin stays up to date. I donĀ“t want my site to get compromised because some (enter impolite word of your choice ...


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There is number of possible way to coming this issue with message "net::ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS". I list some of them: 1. File/Folder permission issue Check and changed the permissions of wp-login.php to 644, if the WordPress login page has this issue. After this, another redirect loop? So, once again, looking at /wp-admin/index.php, the permissions were ...


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You can solve issue by this way(If issue with plugin/theme related): Deactivating your plugins by ftp or the file manager by changing the name of the plugins folder to plugins-old. If that works activate them one by one until you find the problem. Switch theme to any default (just for a moment) by using ftp or the file manager on your hosted account to ...


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In general, it is a bad idea to upgrade from such an old version to new version in one go. In your case, a huge amount of changes was done between the release of v3.8.1 and v4.4.1 which invloved changes in the db. I'm not sure which is the best option here to repair the db as it seems that you cannot log into the site. What I would suggest is, revert back ...



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