June 27, 2012 at 11:04 pm #6683mattstanleyParticipant
I used the wordpress plug in uploader to install the plugin. When I select “activate” I am taken out of the back end and the front end of my site appears. This is happening with both e-member and estore.June 27, 2012 at 11:47 pm #46561mattstanleyParticipant
I deactivated all plugins and then was able to activate emember and estore. I’m wondering if it was conflicting with WordPress firewall.
I have followed these instructions to hopefully prevent further issues. “WordPress Firewall: This plugin seem to block any plugin’s admin menu as it thinks that opening the “wp-admin.php” is a suspicious request and redirects you to the homepage of your site when you click on any of the eStore menus.
Update: the developer seem to have released v2 of this firewall plugin which may be working better when you uncheck the following option from the WP FireWall 2 plugin:
Block WordPress specific terms (wp_, user_login, etc.) in application parameters.”March 26, 2013 at 6:56 pm #46562emlevMember
I was having the same problem. After being directed to this link, I found that WordPress Firewall2 seems to be creating the conflict. I deactivated that and was able to activate WPAffiliatesPlatform. But when I reactivated the Firewall, Affiliates went back to behaving in the same way. It doesn’t sign me out of my site, but it does show me the front end of the site when I click on ‘settings.’
To make the plot thicker, I have another site that has both this firewall and the Affiliates platform on it. Both are activated on that site and it’s not having this problem. Both sites are running WP 3.5.1.
On the site where I’m having problems, I can get to the settings screen in Affiliates only if the firewall is deactivated. On the other site, I can get to it even with this firewall activated. I’d like to continue using the firewall if possible. Any suggestions?March 27, 2013 at 12:14 am #46563adminKeymaster
Check the settings of the WP Firewall plugin and make sure the settings are set to what is suggested by “mattstanley” above. Also, check the entry under “WordPress Firewall” here:March 27, 2013 at 5:03 pm #46564emlevMember
That seems to have worked. Thank you! I’ll continue with my setup now.
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