How to verify if a Plugin conflicts with our Themes

WordPress installation consists of WordPress Core and usually one or more plugins. But some plugins are incompatible with one another. This can result in some undesirable issues. Here is a step-by-step procedure for finding plugin incompatibilities.

Check for Plugin Conflicts

  1. Deactivate all plugins.
  2. Is the issue still there? If yes, read on. If no, the issue was caused by a plugin, move to step 4.
  3. Switch to an unaltered default WordPress theme like TwentyTwentyTwo. Does the issue remain? If yes, click here for advice. If no, click here to report.
  4. Activate the plugins you have one by one. Does the issue come back when you activate the plugins? If yes, the plugin you activated may be conflicting with each other. If no, repeat till all the plugins are active.
  5. Does the issue still remain? If yes, click here to report. If not, the problem is resolved.

Issue Remains with No Plugins and Default Theme

Unfortunately, we are unable to assist you in this situation. It can be a problem with WordPress, a problem with your particular setup, or a problem with your server or web host. You might start a thread in the WordPress support forums to get some pointers.

Issue When Only One Plugin is Active

You could try sending a bug report to the plugin’s development team.

Plugin or Theme Conflict

If you’re using a theme from ThemeinWP, please let us know about the issue by writing to us through the Help Center. As the issue is also with another plugin, we recommend you file a bug report with them, too. It’s your benefit if both teams are working on the issue.

Hope this article is helpful to you.

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