Disabling WordPress Plugins without Having WP Admin Access

This is a helpful tutorial for those that have been locked out of their WordPress admin. Being locked out of a WordPress site can be the result of installing a problematic plugin that has manipulated the WP admin access page.

In this tutorial we will use the CPanel, ‘phpMyAdmin’ tool to delete plugins that appear to be causing issues on the site. Generally disabling problematic plugins or all plugins on the site will enable you to log back in through the WP admin page.

Use the following command in the phpMyAdmin SQL text box to disable all plugins on your website;

UPDATE wp_options SET option_value = ” WHERE option_name = ‘active_plugins’;

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Disabling WordPress Plugins without Having WP Admin Access

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Need help with wp? Then WPVideo is your site.
Find what you are looking for among hundreds of thousands of videos and personal experiences of other users. All of us who started with wp should have access to this website, I wish I had something like that when I started my journey as webmaster 🙂
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