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Manually Disable a WordPress Plugin in Just 4 Steps :

  1. Log in to your site via FTP.
  2. Navigate to Wordpress Folder then go to wordpress/wp-content/plugins.
  3. Find your plugin folder from the list that you need to disable.
  4. Rename the Plugin Folder to Disabled the plugin.

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03 Nov 2022
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