WordPress is the topmost online content sharing platform that offers users the opportunity to make blogs and websites. It is an open source online content posting software that offers users the option to create and edit content with others. WordPress comes with attractive menus, design elements and a number of themes plugins. The content sharing platform has successfully catered to the needs of both individuals and business owners looking to create a personal blog or company website. The blogging software also comes with a multi-platform support including WebOS, Android, Windows, iOS and Blackberry platforms.
Apart from offering users with a number of options to create a visually appealing website, WordPress also offers another efficient service for users known as WordPress technical support.
However, like other blogging software’s even WordPress has its dark days. An unknown error might interfere all of a sudden in mid while you are updating your blog. No need to worry as the experts at WordPress customer support are here to provide their guidance. The guidance will ensure that no technical issue ever interferes with the working of a WordPress website or blog.
Do you know the 3 most common login issues that can ruin your experience with WordPress?
Like every blogging software even WordPress can have bad days where an unknown error might ruin your time while trying to update your blog or company website. The experts at WordPress support have come up with the top 3 issues that affect the experience of a user with the content sharing and how these issues can be taken care of.
- Lost/Forgot Password
This is one of the most common issues faced by WordPress users who change their passwords regularly to provide better security. It might to users forgetting or losing their passwords. Although, WordPress has a built-in feature that helps to reset password easily but there are factors that can delay the process.
However, in case this does not works then the only option left is to update your password in the WordPress database. Remember to take a complete backup of the WordPress database before proceeding. Afterwards, follow the steps mentioned below;
- Launch phpMyAdmin, locate your site’s database, and open up the wp_users table.
- In the list of users, locate your username in the user_login column and select Edit next to that row.
- Find the user_pass field and type a new plain text password into the Value field, replacing the existing symbols and characters.
- From the drop-down menu select MD5.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Go.
2. Cache and Cookies Issue
Cookies are small files located inside the internet browse directories and store information about every interaction that a user has with certain websites. WordPress always requires using cookies during login process and if these are not enabled then login option will not occur. Browser cache includes the temporary files stored on the web browser when a person accesses a web page. In case the cache is not being updated properly then the users will see an older version of files that support WordPress.
Cache and cookie issues can be easily fixed by checking that both cookies and cache are enabled in the web browser.
3. Plugin Intrusion
Sometimes a faulty plugin might interfere with the login process. This error occurs due to the plugin not being updated properly or a conflict between two or more plugins. In such a case the first thing to do is to ensure that the issue is caused by a plugin only. This can be done by deactivating all the plugins or renaming the plugin folder.
Another step to take is to access the admin panel and go to the Plugins menu and deactivate all the plugins. However, do back up your WordPress website before taking this action and then select all the plugins by going to Bulk Actions and then selecting Deactivate.
However, in case you face any issue while tackling these issues then simply contact the WordPress support phone number experts via 1-877-863-5655