WordPress is nothing without plugins but in some cases, these plugins break your WordPress blog if not coded properly and you LOSE your Admin access so learning how to disable WordPress plugins without admin access is MANDATORY for serious WordPress users.
There was a time when I was experimenting nulled WordPress plugins to check their performance & its vulnerability but somehow it just BREAK my blog and I was NOT ABLE to access my WordPress Admin dashboard.
Further, To fix this issue, I had to deactivate that plugin which is CAUSING PROBLEMS on my WordPress blog so I searched for solutions everywhere on the internet and I found THREE EFFECTIVE WAY to deactivate WordPress plugins without admin access.
How To Disable WordPress Plugins Without Admin Access
Mainly, there are 3 ways to deactivate WordPress plugins without admin access – from cPenel, using FTP and from Database.
I have already written about all of these in this blog and I will just SHARE those articles link below so that you can CHOOSE which method you want to use to deactivate the WordPress plugins on your blog.
- How To Disable WordPress Plugin From cPanel
- How To Disable WordPress Plugins via FTP
- How To Disable WordPress Plugin From Database
Do comments on the comment section that which method you have chosen to deactivate the WordPress plugins on your blog!
I only use 2 methods to deactivate WordPress plugin on my blog – first, from cPanel and second, using FTP (File Transfer Protocol).
If you are a NON-TECHIE then you should use the cPanel method and if you are a TECHIE person then you should go with the FTP method.
If these methods DON’T help you then let me know in the comment section and I will help you to fix the issue.
What’s your thought on how to disable WordPress plugins without admin access? Do comment on the comment section below!