I just bought and installed aMember v4.1.15 yesterday, and in playing around with it and trying to better understand protected folders, I accidentally set aMember to protect the folder directory that has my Wordpress installation in it (public_html/members). As a result, when I attempt to access the login for the WP Admin Dashboard, I get redirected away to the aMember sign-in page because of the protection settings. Likewise, it appears that images, CSS, and other page elements no longer load on the main page of the WP blog - I imagine because of the same reason. To try and undo this gaffe, I did as recommended in the program and deleted the folder record I created, then went to Utilities -> Rebuild Db -> Rebuild Core Database. Unfortunately, this didn't help. I also tried Rebuild Wordpress Database, but to no avail. I then tried to create a folder record to temporarily allow free access to /members just to see if it made a difference and (after rebuilding the database) unfortunately there was no change. After that, as a last ditch effort, I deleted the aMember directory on the server, reinstalled it to the same location (public_html/amember), and went through setup a second time, but the same problem persists. What can be done to fix the situation? Thank you so much for your time and help!