Migrated a long time connected website from one host to SiteGround.
Initially had the migrated site set up on a SiteGround temporary domain and had that site connected to my Mainwp dashboard.
Completed the migration today, deleted the temporary site from my mainwp dash, deactivated the mainwp child on the migrated website and the old website.
Reactivated the mainwp child on the new, siteground site. Turned on the security token option, set the token in the editor panel for the migrated site and hit TEST CONNECTION. All good. Got back the HTTP 200 result.
Tried the reconnect the migrated site. No good. Only can get the "MainWP Child plugin not detected or could not be reached! Ensure the MainWP Child plugin is installed and activated on the child site, and there are no security rules blocking requests. If you continue experiencing this issue, check the "
message. BTW… there is nothing list after the 'check the ’ line at the end of the error message.
Is there a sys log I can check somewhere that will give me some indications of what is going on . The migrated site is available via the browser. I can jump to the front page of the site from within mainwp dash, just won’t connect.
I tried deactivating, deleting and re-activating mainwp child and changed the security token. No changes to the result. I have tried to reset all the file permissions on the host. No change. I have deactivated my Wordfence security plugin and htaccess is WordPress minimal.
Nothing is showing up in the debug log.
Please advise. I’d really prefer not to have to delete the site and start from scratch. I’ve have a lot of history on this site in mainwp and I’d rather not scratch all that.