339: WordPress Theme Authenticity Checker
WordPress plugins are the source for many capabilities that WordPress does not normally support. These add-on programs can unfortunately also cause problems with the typical WordPress installation. They may cause an issue that will stop the WordPress Administrator from loading so that you are unable to disable them through the normal interface. The following article discusses how to troubleshoot WordPress plugins without access to the WordPress Administrator.
Once you find the problem plugin, you can elect to re-load it, update it, or delete it. WordPress plug-ins are written by third-party developers and we cannot provide direct support for them. Not to mention that there are thousands of them, so it would near impossible for our staff to provide the coding support that you would need for some problems. Therefore, we do recommend you contact the author of that plugin. They will be able to provide the information that you need. The main result of troubleshooting the plugins in this manner is to regain access to your WordPress Administrator so that you can either take action through the WordPress administrator dashboard.
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