Generally while providing the support for the end user most of the times the issue is with 3rd party plugins.
While checking which plugin was creating a conflict, We first note all the active plugins. Then deactivate all plugins, manually activate 1 by 1 plugins. And finally knowing which plugin was creating the cofnlict we activate all the plguins on users website which was we listed before.
The plugin “Plugin Status – Export and Import” help us to export the list of all plugin with there active and inactive status.
We can use the exported JSON file to re-set the active and inactive plugins.
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- Zero configuration
- Easy to use
- Quick support
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Bug reports for “Plugin Status Export and Import” are welcomed in our repository on GitHub. Please note that GitHub is not a support forum, and that issues that are not properly qualified as bugs will be closed.
For more info check out the following:
- Install the
Plugin Status - Export and Importplugin either via the WordPress plugin directory, or by uploading the files to your server at
- Activate plugin.
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Contributors & Developers
“Plugin Status – Export and Import” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- Initial release.