Detecting A Faulty Plugin
A wide range of plugins are available in the WordPress repository, a plugin should pass a certain guidelines to make it to the WP repository so that it won’t conflict with the other themes or plugins, messing your site up. But despite following the guidelines, some plugins and themes conflicts with each other and sometimes conflict may occur between two plugins. An hence, this article is written to help users who have issue with their WP sites and the possible cause may be the plugin conflicting with the theme. Although it might seem pretty straight forward for some, to just deactivate the faulty plugin but let me let you that, this might not always be the case.
When you have numerous plugins installed and have no idea which might the faulty plugin be, in such case you can just deactivate all the plugins at once ( bulk actions ). So, if the issue in your site is solved then you can be sure that the plugin was the cause and now you just need to activate the plugins one by one, simultaneously checking your site for the issue to re-occur, so that you can find the culprit plugin.
Alternatively, you can deactivate the plugin one by one, check the site simultaneously if it solves the issue. This method is more effective if you are sure that the issue is due to a plugin.