WordPress has a huge number of plugins available for adding features and extending functionality. Sometimes plugins can cause problems, however, and you may need to disable them for troubleshooting.
This article describes how to disable individual plugins, as well as how to disable all plugins at once.
You can easily enable and disable individual plugins from the WordPress interface. To do this, follow these steps:
You can use the WordPress administration interface's bulk action feature on the plugins page to disable multiple plugins at once. But if you have a lot of plugins installed, or if the administration interface is inaccessible, there is another way to disable all plugins at once. To do this, follow these steps:
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