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cms:wordpress:how-to-troubleshoot-blank-pages [2019/04/26 12:13]
Jonathan K. W.
cms:wordpress:how-to-troubleshoot-blank-pages [2019/10/10 18:49] (current)
Karson N.
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 Here's what it looks like in cPanel File Manager Here's what it looks like in cPanel File Manager
  
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 Here's what it looks like in SSH Here's what it looks like in SSH
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 Here's what it looks like in FTP. Here's what it looks like in FTP.
  
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 To disable a plugin; you simply have to rename the plugin. To disable a plugin; you simply have to rename the plugin.
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 In cPanel you would right click the file > rename In cPanel you would right click the file > rename
  
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 In SSH; you would use the command 'mv plugin-name plugin-name-disabled'​ In SSH; you would use the command 'mv plugin-name plugin-name-disabled'​
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 In FTP; the same process as the File Manager; right click > rename In FTP; the same process as the File Manager; right click > rename
  
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 It doesn'​t have to be '​-disable'​ that's just what we used for this guide -- you can use '​-bak',​ '​.bak',​ '​-old'​ -- really any variation as the changing the plugin folder disables the plugin. It doesn'​t have to be '​-disable'​ that's just what we used for this guide -- you can use '​-bak',​ '​.bak',​ '​-old'​ -- really any variation as the changing the plugin folder disables the plugin.
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 You're going to want to login to your cPanel account and navigate to PHPMyAdmin You're going to want to login to your cPanel account and navigate to PHPMyAdmin
  
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 Once inside you're going to see a list of your databases on the left -- in this case; we're using '​khtest_wp'​ -- we'll then go to the '​wp_options'​ table. Once inside you're going to see a list of your databases on the left -- in this case; we're using '​khtest_wp'​ -- we'll then go to the '​wp_options'​ table.
  
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 Within this next page you'll see a bunch of data in what is called '​rows'​ -- rows are numerical and start from 1.  Within this next page you'll see a bunch of data in what is called '​rows'​ -- rows are numerical and start from 1. 
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 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
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 Method #1 -- double click on the row where '​bhost'​ is located and it'll turn into an editing box. Method #1 -- double click on the row where '​bhost'​ is located and it'll turn into an editing box.
  
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 You would then change '​bhost'​ to your a default WordPress theme such as '​twentynineteen'​ -- or whatever theme you have available. Simply click off to the side or it to save changes You would then change '​bhost'​ to your a default WordPress theme such as '​twentynineteen'​ -- or whatever theme you have available. Simply click off to the side or it to save changes
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 Method #2 -- clicking on the '​edit'​ button to the left will bring up a larger screen. Method #2 -- clicking on the '​edit'​ button to the left will bring up a larger screen.
  
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 Same as Method #1; you would change '​bhost'​ to your a default WordPress theme such as '​twentynineteen'​ -- or whatever theme you have available. Same as Method #1; you would change '​bhost'​ to your a default WordPress theme such as '​twentynineteen'​ -- or whatever theme you have available.
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