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#32584 – Admin Tools is not protecting your site yet. Please run the Quick Setup Wizard to configure Admin Tools on your site.

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Saturday, 29 February 2020 11:17 CST
greg_kousidis
I tried to install AdminToolsWP in some different wp websites but there are some serious problems after the installation:
It is impossible to make the Configuration Wizard to work.
When I click the link of the annotation in the Admin Dashboard I'm facing a 404 page (Attachment)

I have tried everything (disable all other plugins) reinstall via ftp etc but nothing works about the wizard.
From my experience the plugin seams to work properly without the Quick Setup Wizard and someone goes on manually.
It was a great convenience for me and I would like to know if there is a workaround with this.

Note: The Only bug I found (about using the plugin) was that when I tried to make xml sitemaps with Yoast SEO was not possible either (file permissions maybe?).
The only way to go on with this, was to disable AdminToolsWP and enabled it afterwards.
 
Sunday, 01 March 2020 09:49 CST
nicholas
Regarding the Quick Setup Wizard: the link in the modal notice is wrong. This is a known issue. I was going to release a new version last week but our host's server migration plans unfortunately forced us to push everything back by a few weeks.

Regarding Yoast, the actual sitemap does work properly. However, when you try to view /sitemap.xml on your site you get a 403. This only happens when you are using the .htaccess Maker and only when you view that file with a browser. When a search engine loads this file it works correctly. The reason is that Yoast is using an XSL file to convert sitemap.xml to formatted HTML. That XSL file is not allowed to be directly accessed with the default .htaccess Maker settings. That's fixable! Go to .htaccess Maker and under "Files which will always be made accessible" add the following line:
wp-content/plugins/wordpress-seo/css/main-sitemap.xsl


Nicholas K. Dionysopoulos

Lead Developer and Director



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Sunday, 01 March 2020 11:10 CST
greg_kousidis
Great.
Thank you for the accurate response.
I visited the .htaccess Maker and I saw the whole thing.
To be honest I didn't know about the features of the .htaccess Maker because I was afraid to work with such a sensitive thing. Seems different now.
Thanks a lot.
Ticket Closed.

 
Sunday, 01 March 2020 11:15 CST
nicholas
You're welcome! Have a great evening :)


Nicholas K. Dionysopoulos

Lead Developer and Director



🇬🇷Greek: native

🇬🇧English: excellent

🇫🇷French: basic



Please keep in mind my timezone and cultural differences when reading my replies. Thank you!



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