WordPress website EDITOR Missing from Appearance Menu
What is meant by WordPress and WordPress Hosting?
WordPress is defined as one of the largest and greatest CMS in the world. Nowadays, many people prefer WordPress as an excellent platform to build their website, particularly for startup companies.
WordPress Hosting is a type of web hosting synergy that is specially optimized to work with websites developed through WordPress. It is possibly the most convenient and also the most famous CMS in the market. Websites that are built on the WP platform have some unique features and characteristics.
Why Missing Admin Bar Issue Occur?
Usually, this occurs when a plugin or an active theme is not allowing WordPress to properly execute the code in the footer area of your website. This code is triggered with the function <?php wp_footer(); ?>.
When a theme is blowing this code, or a plugin does something that messes it up, then you will end up with a missing WordPress admin bar issue
Step - 1: The most important thing is to login before troubleshooting the problem because the admin bar will be displayed only after you logged in properly.
You will be able to do this by navigating to your login URL also. This is the website address usually generated by adding /wp-admin at the end of your website URL. Once you are logged in, you will be redirected to your website’s WordPress dashboard, otherwise, you will see the WordPress login screen.
Or log in to WordPress website hosting cPanel, there you should be navigating to /home/username/public_html/wp-config.php
Step - 2: You will find the below code in the wp-config.php file
These lines had been added to wp-config file:
/** Absolute path to the WordPress directory. */
if ( !defined(‘ABSPATH’) )
define(‘ABSPATH’, dirname(__FILE__) . ‘/’);
/** Sets up WordPress vars and included files. */
require_once(ABSPATH . ‘wp-settings.php’);
//Disable File Edits
Step - 3: And there below you will find one line.
Step - 4: It will be True and you need to change it to false.