Deactivating BPS means you no longer have the built-in troubleshooting tools that come with BPS. See the troubleshooting steps below.
I have problems with qTranslate not working when trying to post or
write a page. Also the search function is putting an extra language
code to the url which gives 404 when making a search query.
I need specific details about the issue/problem in order to troubleshoot the issue/problem. Is posting or writing a page with qtranslate installed the same as normal WordPress posting and writing?
What search function where? Is this a feature in qtranslate? What does this mean - "putting an extra language
code to the url which gives 404 when making a search query"? Please explain in detail. Once I understand what you are talking about then I will test qtranslate to see what the issue/problem is. Thanks.
BPS Troubleshooting Steps
If you think that BulletProof Security is causing a plugin conflict or any other issue on your website that is causing something not to work, then please use these steps below to take BulletProof Security out of the equation completely for testing. There is no need to deactivate BulletProof Security because it has a built-in Default Mode that allows you to put WordPress in a default state without deactivating BulletProof Security. If you find that BulletProof Security does have a conflict with another plugin then please check the BulletProof Security Plugin Compatibility Issues – Testing and Fixes Page to see if a fix (bypass/skip rule) is already listed. If your plugin is not listed and you have confirmed that BulletProof Security is definitely causing a conflict then please post a comment in this Forum.
1. Make a backup of your .htaccess files using BulletProof Security built-in Backup.
2. Activate Default Mode on the Security Modes page.
3. Use the Delete wp-admin .htaccess feature on the Security Modes page.
4. Test your plugin or theme.
5. Restore your .htaccess files using BulletProof Security built-in Restore.
To completely uninstall BulletProof Security you would do steps 2 and 3 above and then just delete the BulletProof Security plugin on the WP Plugins page.