If you have ever installed newer plugins with better features replacing an older plugin? Then you need to remove the old plugin. The main reason you should remove the older plugin is the risk of the two plugins conflicting. Nobody wants to deal with errors and crashes. To prevent that from happening we strongly advise you to follow this tutorial on how to remove unwanted plugins.
How to remove unwanted plugins via the WordPress dashboard
- Login to your WordPress site and navigate to the backend. You can type this in your browser if you are not sure how to get to your login screen: www.domain.com/wp-login.php
- Click on Plugins
- If you don’t want a plugin anymore, but it is active you first have to Deactivate it by clicking on the button with the same name.
- If a plugin is already deactivated you can click on the Delete button.
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