Have you installed a wp-plugin to your WP and suddenly everything went wrong??? You can no longer login or logout, even access the previous pages. Damn its so bad that you can’t do anything anymore…
The solution is actually so easy, but you have the admin access to your web hosting to do it, or if you have ftp access to your WordPress website.
So first thing is you have to know the name of the previously installed wp-plugin that causes error. what’s worst is if you don’t remember it.. don’t worry, you’ll know it by referring to the error written in your web browser… You will see something like “error on blah blah blah at /public_html/wp-content/plugins/new-wp-plugin/” (may look different depending on the error). See the directory /public_html/wp-content/plugins/ using your filemanager or through ftp… you will see a folder name at is indicated in the error written from your web browser.
Simply rename or deleted it… and viola your done!
Well, i guess renaming is safer than just deleting it. Due to some property of this new wp-plugin maybe required by other wp-plugin or the wp-core itself.
Happy wordpress blogging!