Plugin problems? Try these steps

| November 3, 2009 | Leave a Comment

Don’t panic! Daily Blog Tips has a list of things to do when a WordPress plugin you installed suddenly stops working or breaks your site.

  1. Try to de-activate the plugin
  2. Rename the plugin via FTP
  3. Delete the plugin via FTP
  4. De-activate all the plugins via PHPMyAdmin

There are several ways to disable your plugin and it will depend on how “broken” the situation is. The higher the number the more drastic the measure. The concept should apply to themes as well—try deactivating using the WordPress admin first, then try it through your FTP client, and so on.

Good luck!

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