We fix WordPress plugin conflicts that lead to broken websites! In fact, we’ve been doing it since 2005!
2 Types of Problems
Even though there are specific guidelines for creating a plugin and making it available to the public, they often have one of two main issues. First, they conflict with another plugin. Second, they conflict with the latest version of WordPress (so after you update your site, everything breaks).
Errors that appear after a plugin update often do not have a clear solution. Fixing WordPress plugin problems can get complicated but we’ve got your back! We’re friendly people trying to help other friendly people like you.
Common Issues That Need Fixing
When plugins break, all hell can break loose. We offer backup services so in the future, we can easily restore the website to a pre-broken plugin state. In the meantime, here are a bunch of issues that we can help you with when it comes to fixing a website in the aftermath of a plugin update that breaks your site.
- Login problems
- 500 errors (internal server error)
- Error establishing database connection
- Database error
- Corrupted database
- Website appearance gets messed up
- The dreaded WordPress blank page (aka “white screen of death”)
- Corrupted .htaccess file
- Redirect hack vulnerability (403 errors with htaccess)
- Social media widgets no longer function properly
- Conflicting plugin code interactions
- Broken links and permalinks
- Errors related to PHP memory limit
- Mobile site errors due to plugin issues
- Virus and malware vulnerabilities from a dated or poorly programmed plugin
- Hacked PHP code due to faulty plugin
- Malware script attacks via plugins
- Redirect loop
- 404 issues
How many plugins can you use before your website crashes?
We once asked Matt Mullenweg (the co-founder of WordPress) how many plugins can work in a single WordPress installation. He said that 40-50 plugins should work fine. In reality, that’s a lot and we don’t recommend it! That said, even if you use far fewer, something is bound to break sooner or later. When that happens, call us. We’d be happy to help!
Get in Touch
If you want to fix WordPress issues after a failed plugin update quickly and effectively, contact us right after the problem begins or as soon as possible.