How to Manually Disable WordPress Plugins

1. Open your WordPress Dashboard in your preferred browser. It is accessed at the '/wp-admin' location of your site. For example, if your WordPress site is at '' the address of the Dashboard is ''
2. Enter your administrative user name and password and click 'Log In.'

3. Click 'Plugins' on the left side of the screen.
4. Place a check mark next to the name of each plugin you would like to disable. The list of plugins is displayed in the main portion of the browser window, right of the navigation bar.
5. Click the 'Bulk Actions' drop-down menu below the list of plugins. Select 'Deactivate' from the list of options.
6. Click 'Apply' to the right of the menu. All selected plugins are now disabled.


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