Well… Now look what you went and did! You go to log into WordPress and you are greeted wuth a message similar to this: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of bytes exhausted (tried to allocate bytes) /wp-admin/includes/menu.php on line…
The reason why you are getting this is your WordPress instant is using a lot of memory. The most likely reason for your site to be using more memory is that you installed a bunch of plugins. Some plugins require that you set aside “X” amount of memory. Security plugins tend to take up a lot of memory.
To fix the fatal error: “Allowed memory size exhausted wp-admin/includes/menu.php” I would recommend that you go and remove any non-essential WordPress plugin or any new plugin you may have just installed.
The easiest way to do this is to open your favorite FTP program and visit the: /wp-content/plugins directory. In this directory you will find all the plugin you have installed.
Most plugins can be removed just by deleting the parent folder located in the /wp-content/plugins directory. The next time you log into WordPress, the program might bark at you one time that there are missing plugin files.
There are supposedly ways around this by increasing the memory limit by adding info inside the file “wp-config.php” but really these “changes” really depend on your hoster. If you specifiy more than what your site has been granted you could potentially mess things up more then you already have 😉
Anyways, I hope I helped you fix your: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of bytes exhausted (tried to allocate bytes) /wp-admin/includes/menu.php on line…