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Upon registering, domain.com/wp-login.php shows code and no email is sent


  • P4p3Rc1iP
    Participant

    @p4p3rc1ip

    I’m quite new to WP and don’t know anything about PHP, so please don’t mind me asking stupid questions…

    Anyway, so I’ve installed the bbPress plugin, set up a forum, etc. and now I want users to be able to register and post. When users click the register button and fill in their details, they’re taken to domain.com/wp-login.php which displays just code.

    When they refresh the page they get a login screen, but they’ve not received a password. Users are created and visible in the admin panel.

    Do they not get an e-mail because the page wp-login.php page is broken or the other way around? Or is it something entirely different? I’ve searched around for a while but nothing that seems to answer my question.

    Site: http://convoy-games.com/index.php/forums/

    Don’t mind the theme/layout/colors. Wanted to get functionality before visuals.

    Thanks!

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  • P4p3Rc1iP
    Participant

    @p4p3rc1ip

    Also when users try to recover password, they see the same wp-login.php page displaying just code. I this an issue with the server not being able to send emails or something?


    Lynq
    Participant

    @lynq

    You need to get that code error resolved before worrying too much about the email issue, get it resolved then see if the email issue still persists.

    Some troubleshooting tips:

    Disable plugins one by one to find the error
    Switch to a standard theme

    Good luck!


    P4p3Rc1iP
    Participant

    @p4p3rc1ip

    Alright, so just making a php scrip with this:

    <?php mail(‘MyEmailAddress@domain.com’,’Subject of the e-mail’,’This is the body of the e-mail!’); ?>

    sends me an e-mail. This leads me to believe the problem is indeed not with my host but with WP/BBP…

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