my team and i are managing around 20 wordpress sites. Every site has a completely different setup (Themes, Plugins etc.).
Strangely, since 3 days, a lot of my colleagues just cant log-in to the sites anymore. They get in an infinite login-loop: Enter credentials, click on “log in” -> Site only refreshes. But for SOME users (that use the same login credentials) it works fine. Also logging in via mobile works -> So it must be PC related?!
We already tried the typical tech stuff: – Clear Cache / Cookies, disabled browser plugins – Changed browser – Used VPN to avoid ISP – Disabled Windows Defender / Antivirus Software
It´s really strange, since we share logins and some work some dont.
appreciate some ideas 🙂
As the title suggests, I am looking for a plugin that overrides the normal WordPress login form. Hopefully, the login process would flow like this:
- User wants to login.
- User enters the email associated with their account.
- User receives an email with a link that logs them in.
For the life of me, I cannot find such a plugin on the WordPress plugin directory. Any suggestions?
I am trying to get all user information data that is on the USER table and also only the user’s last login information(which is on another table called LOGIN_HISTORY).
I tried with Left join but MySQL is giving me the error which shows "
Expression #15 of SELECT list is not in GROUP BY clause and contains nonaggregated column 'login_history.user_id' which is not functionally dependent on columns in GROUP BY clause; this is incompatible with sql_mode=only_full_group_by"
Here is the USER table
Please help! and this is my LOGIN_HISTORY table.
The output which I want is
I have tried this query, I don’t know what I am missing but it is not giving me the desired output. I only want all the user information with his LAST login_datetime column. I tried the below query but it is showing all the user records with duplicate and all the login_datetime.
select u.id, u.firstname, u.lastname, u.email, u.username, u.password, lh.login_datetime from user u left join login_history lh on u.id = lh.user_id group by u.id order by DATE(lh.login_history) desc;`
When I try to login to the admin dashboard, I am receiving this error message:
Warning: require_once(mysite/wp-admin/includes/misc.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in mysite/wp-admin/includes/admin.php on line 41
Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening required ‘mysite/wp-admin/includes/misc.php’ (include_path=’.:/opt/cpanel/ea-php72/root/usr/share/pear’) in mysite/wp-admin/includes/admin.php on line 41
I’m not sure how the file came to be deleted, but would it be possible to add misc.php from the install file?
Thanks in advance.
I have a site with the plugin Under Construction which blocks the wp-login page. wp-admin is configured to only be accessible from particular IPs in wp-config. I noticed that there have been attempts to still log into my site though, and some attempts were even successful.
How else might these folks be logging in and what additional steps can be security fortified from these methods?
I’m trying to figure out which process is trying to connect to my SQL Server instance with a wrong password. The log file only contains the IP address from where the connection is initiated. Example:
Date 4/05/2021 9:43:34 AM Log SQL Server (Current – 5/05/2021 10:11:00 AM)
Message Login failed for user ‘SA’. Reason: Password did not match that for the login provided. [CLIENT: 10.120.1.99]
It does not log which PID from the client machine made the attempt.
I know that I can use profiler to find out which PID from which machine is responsible for this. But I do not want to keep a profiler running for this. (especially if this happens rarely, in which case I’ll need to keep the profiler running for days before I can catch such an attempt).
Is there a way to log the PID as well as the IP for such failed logons?
I move webpage to new domain.
- change in phpmyadmin _option _> new domain everthing is good but when i try to login with my account page (woocommerce) link go to old page and my profile. How to change this link to stay in new domain woocommerce?
I am creating a webgl unity app that sits on a wp site and uses the wp accounts to store data. It works really well, however an issue I have is that currently a user can be logged in on two machines at once, and therefore use the app with the same account on two machines concurrently. Is there any way I can prevent this from happening? I have tried a few plugins that prevent simultaneous logins, however all of them assume that the user will be refreshing/changing page often, and so do not work for an app where you will stay on the same page for the whole session.
As I type this I’ve realised a potential workaround is setting some sort of flag in the database when the app starts and checking for it on login/clearing it when the game ends, but that sounds a bit janky and I am not sure how reliable onapplicationquit is in webgl, so would prefer a wp based solution rather than unity. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
So you have these two options in the Admin/Settings/Discussion :
The problem: the second checkbox takes over the first one.
How can can i leave the choice to either login -or- fill in name/email ?
I have the following problem that I couldn’t find any solution for.
I have a simple custom login page, which I’ve managed to set up, so it redirects to the referred URL the user came from. The problem is, when user fails to authenticate – yes, s/he still stays on the same custom page, but the original referrer is lost, and now is replaced with the same custom-login page the user is currently on.
In short, what I want to achieve is:
- User clicks the link to the document and sees the info that he has to login first to see it.
- User goes to the login page, with HTTP_REFERRER set properly to the page he came from.
- User types wrong password and is kept on the same login page, with the original HTTP_REFERRER so that after he types in the correct password, he will be redirected to the original page he came from, instead of seeing the empty login page.
I’ve managed to do it with the proper login process, but it looks way harder when the page refreshes and loses its original referrer…