Hi Brajesh, after my web hotel was moved to a new host server, I am not able to log in to WP, not as administrator or user, while BuddyPress is activated. All other 3rd party plugins are fine.
Deactivating BuddyPress solves the problem. So core BuddyPress causes this conflict, with this error message: ERROR: Cookies are blocked due to unexpected output.
I am not able to create a topic on buddypress.org at the momnet, so I would like your advice on what is wrong. Have you heard of this issue before?
I am sorry to hear about the issue.
I will suggest two things:-
1. Make sure you have cleared object caches if any.
2. Clear your browser cache(or use incognito). Or you can delete cookie for the site specifically.
After that, try logging again.
The issue happens when WordPress is unable to detect the Test Cookie on login pages. And Yes, I have seen it earlier but it was something else in my case.
PS:- If you want, you can inspect cookies under “Application” tab in chrome developer console.
I went through your message again and I see that it is blocked dues to unexpected output and not the cookie not supported.
In this case, most probably something is sending output early and leading to this. I will suggest using WP Staging plugin and then disabling BuddyPress dependent plugins one by one on the staging site and identifying the cause.
Since you have moved host, there may be a plugin throwing notice due to configurations.
For the developer tool, I was referring to this
But you don’t need to look at cookie in this case.
You are welcome.
I doubt that it is BuddyPress. It might be but there is a very small chance.
The reason you might have identified BuddyPress is all BuddyPress dependent plugins only do meaningful things when BuddyPress is active. If BuddyPress is not active, they might not be doing anything and that’s why.
Please try the isolation and deactivation to find and let me know. I may be able to assist further.
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