This is a very common issue which happens when WordPress was not successfully updated. If this happens, then the admin is not able to log into wordpress dashboard as it redirects to this url Problem Solved: upgrade.php?_wp_http_referer=%2Fwp-admin%2F .
Below are simple steps to fix this issue in 2 minutes.
- Open File manager through hosting account or using FTP.
- Go to the wordpress installation directory and under wp-content folder, rename plugins folder to plugins123.
- Then go to your website url and write /wp-admin after the url.
You will see the dialog as below:
Click on UPDATE WordPress Database and the problem will be solved.
Cheers and comment for any issues.
Recently, while i was working for one of my clients website, there was an issue which i saw in the Jetpack Advance Widget called Social Media Icons.
The issue was that jetpack developers has hardcoded www.linkedin.com/in in the code and due to this if any company url doesn’t have /in in their linkedin profile, it was resulting in wrong links. Like for example my clients linkedin official link was https://www.linkedin.com/company/vane-airport/ but when i was entering username, due to hardcoded code it was coming out as https://www.linkedin.com/in/company/vane-airport/ and was a big issue.
So, in order to fix this, open jetpack using any file editor and then look into directory widgets which is located at
and under widgets open the file called social-media-icons.php and on line 70 remove /in and save the file.
$this->services = array(
'facebook' => array( 'Facebook', 'https://www.facebook.com/%s/' ),
'twitter' => array( 'Twitter', 'https://twitter.com/%s/' ),
'instagram' => array( 'Instagram', 'https://instagram.com/%s/' ),
'pinterest' => array( 'Pinterest', 'https://www.pinterest.com/%s/' ),
'linkedin' => array( 'LinkedIn', 'https://www.linkedin.com/in/%s/' ),
'github' => array( 'GitHub', 'https://github.com/%s/' ),
'youtube' => array( 'YouTube', 'https://www.youtube.com/%s/' ),
'vimeo' => array( 'Vimeo', 'https://vimeo.com/%s/' ),
'googleplus' => array( 'Google+', 'https://plus.google.com/u/0/%s/' ),
'flickr' => array( 'Flickr', 'https://www.flickr.com/photos/%s/' ),
'wordpress' => array( 'WordPress.org', 'https://profiles.wordpress.org/%s/' ),
'twitch' => array( 'Twitch', 'https://www.twitch.tv/%s/' ),
'tumblr' => array( 'Tumblr', 'https://%s.tumblr.com' ),
This will fix the issue.