Run a Conflict Test in WordPress
Run a conflict test on a theme, plugin, or framework on your WordPress page to check compatibility with Seriously Simple Podcasting.
Most themes are compatible with Seriously Simple Podcasting. The Elementor WordPress framework is also 100% compatible with the plugin. However, there might be the need to check if a certain plugin, theme, or framework interferes with the plugin's functionality.
This guide outlines how to run a plugin conflict test in WordPress to check if Seriously Simple Podcasting plugin.
We strongly recommend running these tests on a staging, local, or development version of your website. Castos is not responsible for any problems that may arise from running theme and conflict tests on a live environment.
To get started, first make a backup copy of your site. If you are able, move the site to a staging or local development environment:
- From Appearance → Themes, install and/or activate a default WordPress theme such as Twenty Twenty-Two:
- From Plugins → Installed Plugins, select all available plugins besides Seriously Simple Podcasting, then select Deactivate from the Bulk Actions drop down menu:
- Check the page or functionality of your WordPress page that is experiencing the issue with Seriously Simple Podcasting. Has the issue been resolved?
- If so, reactivate the deactivated plugins from Plugins → Installed Plugins one by one until you are able to identify the plugin that is causing the issue.
Conflicts are sometimes caused by security and/or caching plugins.
Other functionalities could be installed in your WordPress theme or in the Must Use Plugins folder.