I understand your problem regarding the login issue, missing admin bar and unable to comment. This might be frustrating, but let’s try to fix this.
Do you remember any updates you’ve performed recently? Have you installed any plugins or changed settings on the existing plugins?
When I encountered this behavior before, it was because of an option from WP Fastest Cache. By any chance, you have this plugin installed as well on your site?
If so, disabling the option “Logged-in User” of WP Fastest Cache will solve this behavior.
They also addressed this issue in one of their articles.
If the above solution does not help, kindly share a screengrab showing the behavior. This will help us to have a more profound understanding of the issue.
Do you have any caching/optimization plugins? Try, as a test, disabling them.
i have not installed any cache’ing plugins
What plugins are installed?
wordfence, classic editor and classic widgets and askimet, thats all of them
and under the users, “Show Toolbar when viewing site” is checked off
- This reply was modified 23 minutes ago by mrsray.
got it!! in the settings > general
find the ‘WordPress Address (URL)’ and ‘Site Address (URL)’ fields.
You need to make sure both of these URLs are exactly the same. … i had one with the www. and one without, once i set them the same it gave me my admin toolbar back and lets me comment logged in YEA!!
thank you for your efforts