How to deactivate all plugins wordpress from cpanel
If you’re like most WordPress website owners, you probably have plugins installed and activated on your website. While they can be helpful, they can also be a security risk and can slow down your website. In this article, we’ll show you how to deactivate all your plugins from cpanel in order to speed up your website.
Login to cpanel
In the top right corner, click on “Servers and Sites”
Under the “Web Hosting” heading, click on “WordPress”
In the left column, select “plugins” and click on the blue “Disable all plugins” button at the top of the screen.
Click on the `Settings` tab
Scroll down to find the `Plugins` section and click on it
Scroll down to the bottom of the list and uncheck all the plugins you don’t want to use
Click on the `Save Changes` button at the bottom of the page
Under the heading `Plugins` click on the `Activate/Deactivate` button next to the plugin you wish to deactivate
Plugins -> Activate/Deactivate
Click on the `Deactivate` button next to the plugin you wish to deactivate
Click on the `Back to WordPress Dashboard` button at the bottom of the page
In the pop up window that appears, enter the name of the plugin in the text box and click on the `Activate` button
If you are using a theme, go to the Appearance tab and scroll down to the Plugins section. Disable all of the plugins there by clicking on the `Disable` button next to each plugin name.
If you are not using a theme, go to Plugins > Add New and search for `WordPress`. Install the WordPress plugin and activate it. Scroll down to the Appearance section and disable all of the plugins there by clicking on the `Disable` button next to each plugin name.