We all know that plugins are a great way to enhance the functionality of your WordPress site. They’re so powerful because WordPress gives them almost complete control over your code. This means they’re often the prime suspect when issues arise.
This guide will help you troubleshoot most issues.
When you encounter an issue with WordPress, one of the first things you’ll want to do is start deactivating your plugins.
Deactivate your plugins one by and see if the issues solves itself. If you get to the end of your list of plugins and you’re still having an issue, then deactivate all your plugins and start activating them one by one.
Using this method you should be able to find and permanently deactivate a plugin that is causing an issue. You could report the issue to the plugin developer to help them improve their plugin.