It is possible that in a quench of various functionality, you end up installing tons of plugins on your WordPress website.

Due to this, conflicts are possible to happen. Now, if an error or issue seems entirely unfamiliar, it is recommended to check for the conflict between plugins. You can use the free plugin Health Check & Troubleshooting for this purpose.

Steps to Troubleshoot the Conflict

  • Enable the Health Check & Troubleshooting plugin

  • Navigate to Tools > Site Health > Troubleshooting and enable the Troubleshooting mode

  • Enabling the troubleshooting mode, installed plugins on your site will be disabled. However, it will not impact the front end of your website.

  • You can now enable or disable the plugins in the troubleshooting mode to see which plugins are conflicting. The information you get here can help the support team of the relevant plugin to look into the error. You can safely disable the troubleshooting mode from the top Admin bar.

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