Sometimes when you are installing plugins on your WordPress blog something just goes wrong. A number of things can happen when this occurs. Several of them are definately not good. Your site can completely go down for one thing.

The worst case scenario happens when you are unable to access the WordPress admin to deactivate the plugin.

But bfore you go off and delete your whloe blog or something else unnecessary there is something you need to learn. It is possible to deacttivate a WordPress plugin from your Web hosting panel or via FTP. The video below will show you how to solve this problem if this happens to you.

Deactivate WordPress Plugin without WP Admin Access

2 Techniques to Deactivate WordPress Plugins without Logging Into Your WordPress Dashboard