There are a few reasons why your WordPress admin area may be displaying “Not Available” or not loading properly. Here are a few possible causes and solutions:

  • Plugin or theme conflict: If you recently installed a new plugin or theme, it could be causing a conflict that is preventing the WordPress admin area from loading. Try deactivating all of your plugins and switching to the default theme to see if this resolves the issue.
  • Server error: A server error can also cause the WordPress admin area to become unavailable. Check your website’s error logs or contact your hosting provider for more information.
  • Incorrect login credentials: Make sure you are entering the correct username and password when trying to log in to the WordPress admin area. If you have forgotten your password, you can reset it by clicking the “Lost your password?” link on the login page.
  • Database error: A problem with your database can also cause the WordPress admin area to become unavailable. Try repairing your database using the WP-CLI command line tool or a plugin like WP-DB Manager.
  • Security Plugin Error: If you use a security plugin such as All-in-one WP Security, that features an option to rewrite your WordPress Admin URL, if you don’t save it with a trailing slash at the end, it has been known to cause this error.
    For example: https://www.mysite.url/new-admin-directory would cause an error, but https://www.mysite.url/new-admin-directory/ would not. Note the ‘/’ at the end of the URL.

If none of these solutions help, it’s possible that there is a more serious issue with your WordPress installation. In this case, you may need to seek additional help from a WordPress developer or support forum.

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