- Login to the server in a way you can handle files (FTP, Webdisk, SSH)
- Go to your wordpress installation, more precisely to the wp-content folder.
- Move/rename the plugins folder, let’s say plugins.bkp
- Login to your wordpress wp-admin area.
- If you were able to login, then go to the plugins area, you’ll see a bunch of notifications about every plugin that was active now is deactivated because the lack of the files.
- Now move/rename the plugins.bkp folder back to ‘plugins’.
- Reload the plugins page
- Iterate over every plugin, one by one, until you discover the one that is in conflict.
- You’ll know that something is wrong with the plugin activation, in my case there was an “Are you sure?” question page, and after hitting “YES” the plugin was not activated, I had to repeat the steps 3-7 and avoid that last plugin (one before the one that raised the “Are you sure?” question.
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