Conflict Finder

Description

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_DEBUG 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.

The best part is this is only for the admin user. That means all other users will not see any errors or loss of functions with a plugin being off. So fast and easy to know instantly if there is a plugin conflict on your site causing an issue.

There is an option where you can enter the URL of the place where you are seeing an issue and this will preview on the options page so as you go through and deactivate plugins the preview will update and you can find which plugin is the culprit.

SUPER HERO FEATURE

In the event that there is a fatal error on your website and you get a website visitor, they will not see the error message but instead they will see a pretty page instead of the default WordPress error page.

HELPFUL INFO INCLUDED

This plugin also displays important WordPress information and the details of the hosting environment.

  • Active WordPress version

  • Active WordPress Theme

  • Installed Plugin Amount

  • Available WordPress Updates

  • Server PHP Version

  • Server Software

  • Server Operating System

  • Server IP Address

BEST REASONS TO USE THIS

  • All changes are admin only so all other users are not affected

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

  • 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

Screenshots

  • Conflict Finder Options

  • URL Preview Window

  • URL Input – Debug Mode On/Off – WordPress & Server Information

  • Screen non-admin users will see if there is an error on your site

  • Front end screen admin users will see if there is an error on your site

  • Enable email notifications to know when an error is detected

Installation

  1. Upload plugin-conflict-finder-wp-fix-it.zip 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

FAQ

For any questions, error reports and suggestions please visit THIS LINK

Reviews

এপ্ৰিল 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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Contributors & Developers

“Conflict Finder” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

5.6 June 20th, 2024

  • Fixed page reloading blank issue after save changes

5.5 June 20th, 2024

  • Added front end debug display option

5.4 June 20th, 2024

  • Fixed logged out view to hide fatal error

  • Minor style changes

5.3 June 19th, 2024

  • Fixed logged out condition that was causing a script error

5.2 June 19th, 2024

  • Corrected admin bar styling

5.1 June 19th, 2024

  • Typo in conflict title

5.0 June 19th, 2024

  • Added error notification to send an email if an error is detected

  • Added pretty error page for non-admin users

  • Added reset all option in case site gets stuck in error mode

4.9.1 June 17th, 2024

  • Corrected activation headers already sent issue

4.9 June 15th, 2024

  • Corrected MU-Plugin error

4.8 June 14th, 2024

  • Added device selection to preview area

4.7 June 14th, 2024

  • Fixed fatal error on theme switch function

4.6 June 14th, 2024

  • Corrected some code issues for better performance

4.5 June 13th, 2024

  • Fixed default theme path

4.4 June 13th, 2024

  • Added a default theme activating for extra troubleshooting

4.3 June 12th, 2024

  • Added a preview screen on the options page for easy troubleshooting

4.2 June 11th, 2024

  • Made options page clearer to understand

4.1 June 11th, 2024

  • Corrected broken image paths on options page

4.0 June 11th, 2024

  • Major changes to functions and GUI allowing for admin only adjustments so other users are not affected by any changes

3.5 November 14th, 2023

  • Adjust to work well with WordPress 6.4 release

3.4 November 11th, 2023

  • Made plugin WordPress 6.2.2 compliant

3.3 November 8th, 2023

  • Included admin footer display of hosting environment info

3.2 November 7th, 2023

  • Fixed error in plugin class message display

3.1 November 6th, 2023

  • Additional screenshots to explain plugin functions

  • FAQ section on WP.org page updated

  • Included debug settings to see PHP errors on the site

3.0 November 1st, 2023

  • Initial release