Plugin conflicts aren’t a brand new issue for WordPress users. But, if you are a beginner then it can be an unfamiliar thing to you. After, facing plugin conflict you must be searching for how to get rid of it. Then, you got this article. Luckily, in this blog, you will get to know the thing you are looking for.
Plugin conflicts can be frustrating if you don’t find a way to get rid of them. With lots of easy guidelines, identifying and solving plugin conflicts get easier. Here, you will also find easy conflict-solving guidelines for your WordPress site.
Table of content:
- What do you understand by plugin conflicts?
- Why do you face plugins conflicts on your WordPress site?
- Check plugin conflicts In WordPress.
What do you understand by plugin conflicts?
When in your WordPress site two or more plugins will crash with each other then it is called plugin conflicts. Not only plugins, but it can also happen between the themes and plugins or even with your one WordPress version. These conflicts can happen for many reasons.
For finding this out you need to go through the proper procedure. But before that, you need to understand why these plugins conflicts happen in the first place. Now let’s discuss why it causes.
Why do you face plugins conflicts on your WordPress site?
Before knowing how to solve plugins conflicts in your WordPress site, you need to know why it occurs in the first place. Because by knowing this, you can avoid future plugin conflicts in your site. So, it is important to know why it happens. Reasons for your plugin conflicts are:
If you use two plugins for the same purpose:
Having two plugins on your WordPress site for doing the same work can cause plugins conflicts. Because when you will activate two plugins for one task, it will create a plugin crashing. It is will cause no problem if you deactivate the other one. But, if you somehow forget to do it then it will cause WordPress plugin issues. Moreover, Lots of WordPress plugins on your site will slow down your site’s speed.
Because of using a plugin that has poor coding:
Don’t use a plugin that is poorly coded. Because then it will not be a compatible plugin. To avoid using the poorly coded plugin, you can see the reviews of that plugin. Basically, a free plugin is trialed many times. You will see lots of reviews, comments about them. By that, you can easily find a plugin that has good coding.
Your plugins can conflict with your updated WordPress version:
If your plugin is not compatible with your updated version of WordPress then it can create plugin conflicts. Because you have updated your WordPress site, not a plugin. You need to update your plugin to make it compatible with your WordPress site. Or install the plugin that is compatible with your WordPress version.
Plugin can conflict with your theme:
Your WordPress plugin can even conflict with the theme you are using for your site. It can happen if your plugin and theme have the same function. So, keep in mind that the plugin can conflict with your WordPress theme.
Check plugin conflicts In WordPress:
Plugin conflicts are one of the most popular WordPress bugs you might have experienced. Plugins are fragments of code that WordPress attaches to certain functions or enhances performance. In the case that coding doesn’t contain any bugs, there could be a big plugin dispute that may lead to uncertain behavior of the site. To find out the source of plugin conflicts, please follow the below-given steps.
1. Login into your WordPress
After logging into your WordPress, you are directed to your Dashboard.
2. Add plugin
Please add the plugin by following the path Admin Panel > Plugin > Add New as shown below:
3. Installation of ‘Health Check & Troubleshooting’ Plugin
After going to Add New, type ‘Health Check & Troubleshooting‘ in the Search section to Install the required plugin as shown in the screenshot below:
4. Activation Of Plugin
After installation of the Plugin is completed, activate the plugin as shown in the screenshot below.
5. Enable Troubleshooting Mode
After activation of the plugin, please go to the Site Health section following the path Admin Panel > Tools > Site Health and switch to the Troubleshooting tab to enable Troubleshooting Mode as shown in the screenshot below.
Enabling Troubleshooting Mode redirects to the Dashboard page then moves to Plugins Page where Troubleshooting Mode will disable all the plugins.
Also, Troubleshooting mode does not affect the live site of the user.
Please activate only WP Travel plugin (enable WP Travel Pro if needed)by clicking “Enable while troubleshooting” following the path Admin Panel > Plugins as shown in the screenshot below and verify if the issue has been raised through WP Travel plugin itself or not.
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