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I have a problem with the admin dashboard. I can login as admin, but don't have access to the dashboard. Only getting the admin bar at the top. It happens after migrating a site from local to the server. Flywheel is used as a local environment. Any suggestions? Thanks

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I'd first make sure that the wp-options table has your new URL - in both places.

Then I would look at the error log to see what error is causing the 'almost-white-screen-of-death'. That will provide you with a direction to start. "White screens of death" are almost always caused by a fatal PHP error.

Make sure the production system has the proper (current) PHP version - recommend version 7.x. Maybe a deprecated function is causing an error.

And if you have moved media also, then each of the media entries will need to have their URL updated. I use a search and replace plugin ("Better Search and Replace" is my favorite; there are others) to change all URLs (site-wide) from the development URL to the production URL.

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I think Rick's answer is a good place to start. How did you migrate the database? Also, if you can on production, add the following to your wp-config.php, just before the line for including wp-settings.php:

 80 define('WP_DEBUG', true);
 81 define('WP_DEBUG_LOG', WP_DEBUG);
 82 define('WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY', WP_DEBUG);
 83  
 84 /* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */
 85  
 86 /** Absolute path to the WordPress directory. */
 87 if ( !defined('ABSPATH') )
 88     define('ABSPATH', dirname(__FILE__) . '/');
 89  
 90 /** Sets up WordPress vars and included files. */
 91 require_once(ABSPATH . 'wp-settings.php');

The relevant lines here are the WP_DEBUG* lines - this will do a couple of things:

  • define('WP_DEBUG', true); - enables debugging from WordPress
  • define('WP_DEBUG_LOG', WP_DEBUG); - enables/disables logging debug messages based on the value of WP_DEBUG
  • define('WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY, WP_DEBUG);- enables/disables displaying debug messages on the site - you may want to change the value fromWP_DEBUGtofalseif you're worried about potential visitors seeing debug information, i.e.define('WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY', false);`

Of particular help may be the second line there - WP_DEBUG_LOG, when set to true, will log PHP errors to wp-content/debug.log. Turn on WP_DEBUG and WP_DEBUG_LOG, visit your admin area, and then check your server for wp-content/debug.log - you should now see any relevant errors or warnings that are logged by WordPress.

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Thank you guys a lot, but I already did that steps. I can't access dashboard so Better Search Replace plugin is useless. I used Searced Replace DB for that, but the enter image description hereproblem is still there.

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