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Can't access to site and wpadmin page after creat a live link

Issue Summary

I was creating a site in Local tool only locally (without create Local account). Yesterday (10.01) I decided that I share results of my work with my friend. So I created an account in Local and decided to share site via live link. After that I can’t access anymore my site or wp-admin.

Troubleshooting Questions

  • Does this happen for all sites in Local, or just one in particular?

  • Just one

  • Are you able to create a new, plain WordPress site in Local and access it in a Browser?

  • Yes, I’m able.

System Details

  • Which version of Local is being used?
    6.1.8

  • What Operating System (OS) and OS version is being used?
    Windows 10 Pro

  • Attach the Local Log. See this Community Forum post for instructions on how to do so:
    local-lightning.log (60.8 KB)

On my site and wpadmin page I receive errors like this below:




I’m not seeing any specific errors within the Local log that would prevent the site from working.

Those screenshots seem to be PHP warnings, and so they’re likely related to an issue with the underlying theme code.

You mention that things started to not work after enabling Live Links. It’s possible that some sort of code isn’t working well with the Live Links mu-plugin. You might try deactivating Live Links and see if that fixes things. If not, then you might need to manually remove the helper file:

~/Local Sites/example-site/app/public/wp-content/mu-plugins/local-by-flywheel-live-link-helper.php

One other consideration, because Local is a development tool, it has more “noisy” warnings. So it might be that things just look more broken than they actually are.

Since Local is a development environment, it has verbose error reporting turned on by default so that you can find errors and warnings early before those errors are deployed to the remote server.

Looking at those messages, it seems like these are PHP warnings specifically, and not anything too critical. Ideally, the theme or plugin author would fix them, but if you are aware of those errors, and are not in a position to fix them, then you should be able to completely disable error reporting for this site. More info about error reporting in Local can be found in this help doc:

Hi Ben :slight_smile: Thank U for the reply. Like You said, I deactived live links but it didn’t help. I’m worrying about this one ‘fatal error’ and seems that after I fix this error, site will start working

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