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How to Tackle the Wordpress Admin Login issue?

by Erica Terner How To Resolve WordPress Error

Millions of users rely on WordPress and use it as a strong utility to build an easy website as no other platform can do for it. Getting a large number of messages of grievances from WordPress users is proof of how often the end-users are encountering this Wordpress Admin Login issue. Most users claim that their WordPress login automatically keeps refreshing and redirecting. And this way, they're not able to get into the Wordpress admin area.

Responsible Causes of automatic redirection, and WordPress login page refresh

When WordPress URL settings are inaccurate, and login cookies customization is failed, then this issue is figured out. On putting your dashboard signing credentials, then WordPress authenticates your login details and sets cookies in your browser, and then it takes you to the admin area of WordPress.

 

It keeps redirecting you to the login page again and again, if the cookie isn't set correctly, or the URL is not correct.

 

Resolve The issue

There are four different way you can fix the admin login issue:

 

●    To resolve the Login issue due to this reason, You need to clear cookies and cache of your browser.

 

Cookies are used as a tool by WordPress for authenticating the login. Therefore the first step to root cause login issues is as simple as nothing. Go to your browser settings, and choose an option that asks to clear cookies and related data related to the website.

 

●    Update URL settings of your WordPress, to do this, go to settings->general page.

 

The dashboard of WordPress settings option having the website and installation URL. If there is any fault in the URL, then WordPress will again redirect you to the sign-in page.

To overcome such an issue, just edit the wp-config.php file. To get access to this file, you need to sign in using FTP client, or file manager. The located on the root folder, this file can be edited here.

Paste following code before the line that says to stop editing:

define('WP_HOME','https://www.yourwebsite.com');

define('WP_SITEURL','https://www.yourwebsite.com');

---->yourwebsite is the name of your website's domain name

●     Delete .htaccess file in WordPress

 

If the above solution isn't working, then the possibility is that your .htaccess file corrupts. Access website through FTP client or file manager, make & download your website backup.

Then delete the .htaccess file from the website. Also, delete the .htaccess file from the wp-admin directory.

At the same time if you see WordPress Error 404, or then try to go ahead with another step mentioned ahead.

●    Deactivate all WordPress plugins

Conflict from some plugins can also cause the repetitive redirection of the WordPress admin login page. The only option to get out of this issue is to deactivate all plugins and activate one by one to find out the responsibilities for this issue. After deactivation, check to log in to your WordPress site again, I hope it works.


Summery


Too many redirects on your website can be a reason behind it if you are a Wordpress user. The objective of this article is to find the true cause of the WordPress admin login issue, and the possible solution to fix the same.


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Created on Jun 23rd 2020 04:45. Viewed 179 times.

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