• As others have said, troubleshooting mode breaks your website. You will abruptly lose access to the dashboard, can’t login, and the website itself won’t load for users. The fix?

    Go into your web directory through FTP and delete the plugin from your wp-content folder. When I did this I was able to reload the dashboard. Oddly, even without the plugin, I was prompted to disable troubleshooting mode, which I did, and then everything was restored.

    Update: After deleting the plugin through FTP, the ability to “troubleshoot” from the plugins page was still there — and causes a “critical error”. Thankfully, the back button took me back. There’s also a weird “must use” plugin artifact. By re-installing Health Check (but NOT activating it) and then deleting it again, these artifacts disappear. What a disaster of a plugin.

    • This topic was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Kermit O. Reason: More info
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