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Disable all WordPress plugins temporarily
This guide explains how to disable the plugins installed on your WordPress.
Why disable all WordPress plugins?
If you encounter a problem with your website, disabling the WordPress plugins quickly allows you to identify if one of them is the cause of the problem and thus to draw the necessary conclusions in order to repair your website.
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How to disable plugins quickly?
To disable all WordPress plugins:
- Log in via FTP (read this FAQ if necessary)
- Go to the website location (folder corresponding to your WordPress website)
- Rename /wp-content/plugins as /wp-content/_plugins, for example
Variant to disable a specific plugin:
- Rename /wp-content/plugins/nomDuPlugin as /wp-content/plugins/_nomDuPlugin, for example
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