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Oct
15
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Oct
15
answered Can't Login to WordPress after installing and activating WP Maintenance Mode Plugin
Oct
15
comment Can't Login to WordPress after installing and activating WP Maintenance Mode Plugin
I actually solved it @Howdy_McGee. I did what you said plus I cleared my browser cache and deleted the site cookies. I think the site cookies was the final trick. Thank for your help. If you create an answer, I'll check you.
Oct
15
comment Can't Login to WordPress after installing and activating WP Maintenance Mode Plugin
No luck @Howdy_McGee. Deleted plugin. Still can't login. This 'aint goood
Oct
15
comment Can't Login to WordPress after installing and activating WP Maintenance Mode Plugin
Ok, I'll give it a try @Howdy_McGee
Oct
15
comment Can't Login to WordPress after installing and activating WP Maintenance Mode Plugin
No I did not yet delete plugin @Rarst -- still contemplating (at)Howdy_McGee's recommendation
Oct
15
comment Can't Login to WordPress after installing and activating WP Maintenance Mode Plugin
Thanks @Howdy_McGee. I did post to the plugin author's forum (always get faster help here though). In meantime, I am not familiar with your method of deactivating a plugin. Not that I lack technical skills, quite the opposite. I can FTP into site no problem, and even delete the plugin dir no problem. But doesn't the plugin register inside the WP DB Tables or something? Is deleting a plugin dir just that easy? It completely removes the plugin from the WP system with no issues?
Oct
15
asked Can't Login to WordPress after installing and activating WP Maintenance Mode Plugin
Oct
9
comment What is a Network Activated Plugin Exactly?
Yes I do @Otto...I have 6 networks and 1 site within each network. Probably doing it wrong. But I wanted to keep my sites free from one another mainly for 2 reasons -- (1) I don't want users crossing over into sites they are not supposed to be in and (2) if a client clinet I want to be able to easily give them their site without having to completely break my WP Install / Network. (hope my justification and theory makes sense - even though I am sure I am using WPMSN's wrong).
Oct
9
comment What is a Network Activated Plugin Exactly?
<continued> When I look at my DB Tables, they seem setup correctly prefixed by wp_X where X is the sequence in which I added them to my so-called "network". I hope my explanation helps you to help me better understand WP MS Networks better. Thanks.
Oct
9
comment What is a Network Activated Plugin Exactly?
Thank you for the reply @Otto. At this time, I have 6 sites (what refer too as domain names) and each of those sites has its own Network Admin Layer. What I am really intending to do here is have 1 core install of WP (such that whenever a new WP release comes out all sites use it), 1 install of any given plugin (such that whenever an update to a plugin comes out any site using it gets it), installs of various themes as I develop them, and user login restriction to individual sites -- I am the only across-the board Admin that can and should get to any given site at any given time.<more>
Oct
9
asked What is a Network Activated Plugin Exactly?
Oct
4
asked How to Login to Network Sites Once
Oct
3
revised Option Explanations for WordPress Multisite “Upload Handling”
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Oct
3
revised Option Explanations for WordPress Multisite “Upload Handling”
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Oct
2
asked Option Explanations for WordPress Multisite “Upload Handling”
Sep
19
accepted Procedural Question on Plugin Installation
Sep
19
comment Procedural Question on Plugin Installation
If you make your response an "answer" @Welcher I'll mark it such so we can close this out.
Sep
19
comment Procedural Question on Plugin Installation
Excellent. Thanks @Welcher. I have Super Admin rights. So I was merely ultra curious about the process. You answered it for me.
Sep
19
asked Procedural Question on Plugin Installation