I've a strange problem with phpmyadmin 2. This issue is fairly version-specific, as it seems to have been introduced in 4. But when I try to access phpmyadmin it just shows a blank page. After you log out, then log back in, click the phpMyAdmin icon, and it should load normally. To learn more, see our.
I'll check on the source info soon. Click Check All at the bottom to select all tables. It's better to have a strong foundation instead of patching a problem : — Oct 6 '14 at 11:46. If you are currently dealing with a blank WordPress admin panel, this post will guide you through steps you can take to resolve this issue. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Enable Debug Mode When Debug Mode is enabled, errors preventing WordPress from working normally are displayed onscreen.
Note: I have Googled and read through all the topics here on Stackoverflow regarding this issue, but none seem to match with what I'm experiencing. And I have re-installed Wamp multiple times. Although it can take quite some effort to pinpoint the cause of a blank WordPress admin panel, it almost always means an error in your WordPress code. You can and one of our WordPress experts will get in touch with you to resolve your issue. If Allen wants to get as much reputation as you have, he will have to learn how to express himself as precisely as you do. If you did, you had to edit the config file and that could screw things up but you say you did not modify anything. I would like to access phpmyadmin.
What else can I do? The difference was, that phpMyAdmin showed a blank page after a successful login. I have installed Wamp on my computer Win 8. If your blog is in your main domain e. Big thanks: to my readers , , and everyone else for your contributions. Is there anything in the source? Now I need some help, feel like I am running out of options. Yes, I do have static content enabled.
Hopefully it can help to solve your problem. I can get to localhost-index and i can open a site but whenever I click on a menu tab of any of my local site, I then get the white blank page and when I try to coma back to the home page, I get a blank page as well. I also tried with phpmyadmin installed by source version 2. You will be shown an empty page with a message as seen below. I then refresh the page then I'm signed in - so I can live with that.
Also, php pages do display as well. It's like there is some setting that cpanel has where its just ignoring the remote mysql profile and trying to do everything on its localhost instead. If so, please open a support ticket using the link in my signature so we can take a closer look. Hi, I've a Centos 5. I also used ubuntu repository as suggested in this other topic at ppa:nijel which I believe has the modified phpmyadmin package and include the support of php5-mysqlnd, but still no success.
You would be able to see your site folders on the bottom right in FileZilla. If the problem is solved, then it means your issue was due to WordPress running out of memory. Solution: How To Fix A Blank WordPress Admin Panel Check if your host is having problems Problems from your host may often lead to a blank WordPress admin panel. Any variation of the localhost path to phpMyAdmin returns a blank page. If it does, clean it off.
Next, go to your WordPress tab and hit refresh on the plugins page. Every thing works perfectly now. Any useful advice would be much appreciated. I enter my login details and it takes me to a blank screen. You should now see all your plugins, but they are all deactivated. I have followed so many forum and advises from forum contributor but have not had success so far.
In the Databases section, click on PhpMyAdmin. How can I solve this, so that I can see phpmyadmin interface again, when I do instead of seeing a blank webpage? Locate the folder containing your WordPress blog and double click to open it. I couldn't find any errors in any of the logs tried. I'm struggling with the same blank page issues myself, and am getting nowhere. That is why I'm here to ask if it can be possible that the checked checkbox would be not transmitted inside the cpanel reset password form.