- Plesk Obsidian for Linux
- Plesk for Linux
When trying to login to WordPress admin dashboard, the following error is shown:
PLESK_ERROR: ERROR: Cookies are blocked or not supported by your browser. You must enable cookies to use WordPress.
Website Preview is set to Default Quick Preview in Tools & Settings > Website Preview:
Bug #PPPM-11633 in Plesk which will be fixed in one of the future releases.
As a workaround for Plesk Obsidian:
- Connect to the server via SSH and disable Plesk access on port 443
# plesk bin admin --disable-access-domain
Go to Domains > example.com and click Preview.
In the new window, add https in front of the link in the address bar:
Note: if the solution above does not work make sure that Domains > example.com > Databases > phpmyadmin > prefix_options > siteurl and home are not customized. Correct values should be https://www.example.com for both
Note: For Plesk Onyx there is no workaround available at the moment. Consider using a local hosts file to access CMS that is not publicly available or upgrade Plesk to Obsidian to use the workaround from this article until the fix becomes available.
Where can i find this --
Connect to the server via SSH and disable Plesk access on port 443
SSH is a method (protocol) to connect to the Linux server remotely. The detailed instruction is here.
If you have direct (console) connection to your server, this will also do.
To disable Plesk access on port 443 just copy an paste this command:
plesk bin admin --disable-access-domain
I got the same error... but i aplicated the same workaround for Plesk Obsidian solution but i received "Error: Invalid URL was requested."
Someone can help?
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