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A new client of me can't login to his old(er) Wordpress website: wp-login gives a 404 error and wp-admin gives a 500 error.

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I came across this issue before, but this time nothing seems to help. What I have tried so far (one by one so they don't affect eachother):

  • rename plugins-folder through ftp
  • rename active theme folder through ftp
  • rename .htaccess file
  • added the following lines of code to wp-config.php:

    define('WP_HOME','https://###'); define('WP_SITEURL','https://###');

I have searched around for other possible fixes, but haven't found anything. Anyone knows what else i can do?

  • hi i help you please debug true in wp-config.php file and check error and message me – vikrant zilpe Jan 9 at 12:02
  • A 500 error is an internal server error. This error may be due to a script error or misconfiguration of your web hosting. It is not necessarily the hosting is responsible but surely, in any case, this error can be resolved by you. – vikrant zilpe Jan 9 at 12:13
  • please check folder permission and add wp-config file define ('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '300M'); – vikrant zilpe Jan 9 at 12:13
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    /wp-login/ is not correct. It's /wp-login.php. Granted, you'd just get a 500 error if you logged in, but that's why you're getting a 404. – Jacob Peattie Jan 9 at 12:28
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yourdomainname/wp-login (Wrong) -- 404 or NOT FOUND
yourdomainname/wp-login.php (Correct) --> you will redirect to page login
yourdomainname/wp-admin (Correct) --> you will redirect to page login:
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Note:
Make sure your site has SSL installed so that it can be accessed with httpS. If not, try with http (only)
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Please open your Hosting, go to public_html directory. Open error_logto see the reason for error 500. Then paste the error in the question. This will make it easier for the answerer to find the exact problem
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If issue still not solved,After trying all the options given by all then you may try to check the folder structure of wp-includes and wp-admins. Check all the file with wordpress core file. There might be some file deleted.

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