Conflict Finder


This is the easiest and fastest way to see if you have a conflict on your site. Disable all active plugins with a single click. You can also turn them all back on with a single click without losing any settings or functionality. You can also enable WP_DEBUB directly from your admin area with no need for FTP or server access. WordPress WP_DEBUG is a built-in debugging tool that when enabled, will display any PHP errors on the front end of your site or within a debug log. So fast and easy to know instantly if there is a conflict on your site causing an issue.

This plugin also displays the current WordPress version number along with the following hosting environment details in the admin footer.

  • Active WordPress version

  • PHP version

  • Web server type

  • MySQL version


  • Quickly know if the error on your site is caused by an active plugin

  • No need for FTP access to turn off all plugins. One click off and on

  • Turn on WP_DEBUG without needing FTP or server access

  • Find and isolate PHP errors directly from your admin area

  • Quickly view WordPress version used and hosting environment info


  • How to Disable

  • How to Restore

  • Adjust WP_DEBUG settings



  1. Upload to plugins via WordPress admin panel or upload unzipped folder to your wp-content/plugins/ folder

  2. Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress


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April 24, 2022 1 reply
This is really a great, great plugin for testing conflicts and issues. This is a long time coming. 🙂 It makes temporarily disabling all of the plugins, then being able to activate only certain plugins for a quick test, and then activating all of the plugins again with one click, a breeze. And, as a huge benefit, when I deactivated the plugins, all of the settings were intact when I reactivated them. Very often, there are always some plugins that when I deactivate and then reactivate, will require me to jump through a bunch of hoops and re-enter my license keys, etc. I was thrilled when I tested this plugin and deactivated all of the plugins (except for the Conflict Finder plugin), and then when I reactivated the plugins they were all restored without any issues. I love this plugin. I hope it stays around. On another side note, I use the Divi Theme. And while Divi has an option to temporarily disable all of the plugins (and to put Divi in Safe Mode), this option doesn’t give me the ability to enable selected plugins while in Safe Mode. But the Conflict Finder plugin does! I can deactivate all of the plugins in one shot and then I can also reactivate only certain ones if and as needed. – Gary Gordon (Step Ahead Web)
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Change log


  • Initial release


  • Additional screenshots to explain plugin functions

  • FAQ section on page updated

  • Included debug settings to see PHP errors on the site


  • Fixed error in plugin class message display


  • Included admin footer display of hosting environment info


  • Made plugin WordPress 6.2.2 compliant

3.5 November 14th, 2023

  • Adjust to work well with WordPress 6.4 release