How To Unistall a WordPress Inactive Plugins

WordPress plugins allow us to extend the basic functionality of the WordPress framework.  To unistall, a plugin you can simply do it from the dashboard. Follow the steps below to uninstall a WordPress the normal way without any loss of data and theme UI problem.

Deleting Single Plugin

The steps to the deletion process are given below:

Step 1) Navigate to “Installed Plugins” in your dashboard and click on “Deactivate” next to the plugin. In this example, we are uninstalling the Content Egg plugin.

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Step 2) The last step is to simply click on “Delete” from the bulk action drop-down menu.

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Deleting Multiple Plugins

The steps to the deletion process are given below:

Step 1) Navigate to “Installed Plugins” in your dashboard and click on plugin checkbox to select all plugins which you want to delete then click on “Deactivate” from the drop-down menu. In this example, we are uninstalling the series of plugins.

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Step 2) The last step is to simply click on “Delete” from the bulk action drop-down menu.

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That’s it, you can now install new plugins and deactivate or delete them later on if needed just follow the above steps again.

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