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November 29, 2022 at 1:17 pm #276Styles maccalParticipant
WordPress keeps logging out of the dashboard. Unable to enter the dashboard. Let me know the possible reasons behind .November 30, 2022 at 1:36 pm #280Jacob SmithParticipant
Preferably, A WordPress website functions flawlessly. However, problems can occur as a result of
- Poor Configuration
- Server Faults
- Defective Plugins
- Too many login attempts, etc.
Use the following “WordPress keeps logging me out” methods to address the other problems.
Please take note that I have ranked the solutions in order of difficulty. To fix the login issue, try each one separately.
1. Clear Your Browsing Data
You almost always place the blame on the website itself while concentrating on the reason you can’t log into WordPress.The issue, though, might be coming from your browser.
A Unique Random ID is generated for you when you access the WordPress admin page, and it is saved in the cookie. The servers retrieve the distinct ID from the cookies and authenticate users.So, if the cookie expires, a login problem could happen.
2. Check Your Browser Settings
The WordPress website can authenticate you thanks to cookies. Your browser’s settings, nevertheless, can make this process difficult.
If WordPress keeps logging you out, you need to see if you are blocking the creation of cookies on your end.
3. Match Your WordPress Address and Site Address
Your browser may be accessing the WordPress website using the wrong URL, which will prevent you from logging in.Cookies are necessary for the login procedure, as you are already aware. The session authentication will fail and WordPress will keep you logged out if the website URL recorded in the cookies and the one stored in your WordPress settings differ.
4. WordPress Session Timed Out
For obvious security concerns, the default WordPress session limit is set at 48 hours. Although increasing the session limit will result in fewer login attempts, this can’t be the exact cause of frequent session expirations.You must develop a child theme and alter the functions.php file in order to lengthen the session.
5. Deactivate Faulty WordPress Plugins
If you’re still perplexed about “why WordPress keeps logging me out,” read on. Not to worry! I can offer you more solutions.
The most widely used CMS, WordPress, has over 50,000 plugins to increase its functionality. These plugins occasionally have a detrimental impact on the functionality of your website because of subpar code, bugs, compatibility problems, delayed updates, etc.
Do you have any inquiries about WordPress’s recurrent log-outs? If so, feel free to leave a remark below, and I’ll be sure to respond to everyone.
And hey, if you want to learn more about this, check out our blogs Top 8 Methods To Fix The “WordPress Keeps Logging Out” Problem.March 3, 2023 at 5:39 am #1270Kate HeestersParticipant
What are the other reasons for WordPress logging out?March 6, 2023 at 8:54 am #1278Devin WilliamsParticipant
If you are still facing the issue keep logging out from WordPress, you can also check these solutions:
Verify Theme conflicts: A theme with inadequate coding is the next potential scenario. There are many excellent themes for WordPress.
Yet since it’s an open-source CMS, any programmer can make a theme. Hence, a bad one may get past the checks. It may subsequently result in problems with your website, such as the “WordPress keeps logging out” issue.
The Twenty Twenty-One theme is pre-installed on every WordPress installation. Hence, by switching your site back to this default setting, you may quickly and easily check for a theme clash. You can then decide if the problem with logging out was brought on by your earlier selection.
Contact Your Hosting Provider: You’ve probably figured out what was causing your WordPress logging-out issue by this point. In the unlikely event that it persists, you might need to get in touch with your web hosting company for support. A misconfigured domain or server may be the problem.
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