Overview

This article demonstrates how to use the WP Toolkit to deactivate a plugin installed on a WordPress site. If you cannot access the WordPress backend you can use the WP Toolkit to deactivate a plugin. Disabling a plugin will stop any content or service the plugin provides from loading but will not remove the plugin from your website.

Advice

If you want to remove a plugin using the WP Toolkit we have the following Article: Removing a plugin from WordPress using WP Toolkit

Instructions

  1. Login into Plesk via the Conetix Control Panel.
  2. Click on WordPress on the left-hand side:
    deactivate a plugin for wordpress using the wp toolkit
  3. This Menu will list any WordPress site that the WP Toolkit has found.
    If you don’t see the desired site click the Scan option at the top.
    deactivate a plugin for wordpress using the wp toolkit
  4. Click the Arrow to Expand the site if needed:
    deactivate a plugin for wordpress using the wp toolkit
  5. Click Plugins, and look for the plugin you want to deactivate:
    deactivate a plugin for wordpress using the wp toolkit
  6. Click the slider and wait for it to finish loading:
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Once the slider has finished loading you have successfully deactivated a plugin using the WP Toolkit.

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