There are many times it is needed to deactivate the unusual plugin from WordPress. By the cause the plugin may be unusual or expired and also cause of harming. On the other way it is also need to review purposes in which need to deactivate as well as delete the plugin. Some time also plugin slow down the blog, as a result it is need to remove or delete.
In this post I am going to guide you how to remove the plugin for better performance in WordPress dashboard.
So that there are many types of the removal tricks available, but I will eye on some easy steps in which you are able to remove the plugin easy with risk free.
Before that it is more necessary to know the problem which I have faced on the last night in my MakeMeMax.Com.
I sick some plugin for my blog to install by the special require and I got many plugin where it was written that “This is compatible for your version” and I installed it in free handed.
And now I got afraid of!!!
After install and activate the plugin, it appeared that “Sorry, you are not allowed to access this page.”
Now, I thought that I am super admin or not of the site MakeMeMax.Com, or by mistake I entered in my site through other ID and Password, cause others are also present in my site for other works by admin access.
Again I tried to login with my ID and Password and failed!!
After that I hope it the cause of cache of my browser and I cleared all my cache and tried to login and now also got the same result, failed.
So what happened!!
And it is remind me to remove the plugin form my install.
How to remove or deactivate my installed plugin! where it is unable to enter to the super admin network area!
Now lets dear know how to solve this type of error.
And close the WordPress and proceed on the Control Panel of your hosting provider.
From The Control Panel
- On your hosting provider site login to dashboard.
- Choose your service.
- Then login your Control Panel.
- Click on the File Manager.
- Then Public Content.
- Mouse pointer on Plugins
- Locate the plugin which you have to delete.
- Click on the plugin which you have to delete.
- Click on the Delete.
- Then Tick on the small box “Skip the trash and permanently delete the files”
- Confirm your deletion.
Now you have to leave some time approximately 3 to 5 minutes for your blog to reset it.
And now you have to try WordPress with your Login ID and Password to super admin dashboard.
Now You will see this type of information “The plugin xyz-yzx-zxy_php has been deactivated due to an error. Plugin file does not exit.”
Now just you have to Refresh your current page.
If you are still facing any problem, please comment me….!