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I guess you are here because you have been locked out of your website. Yeah WordPress does that sometimes. This usually happens after a WordPress plugin update.

Here is how to fix “there has been a critical error on your website” error on your website in — steps

Login To Your Hosting and Find the cPanel

godaddy dashboard

I am using Goddady so you UI might be different. Under Web Hosting select manage and select cPanel Admin.

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Navigate to WordPress wp-content

Navigate to WordPress wp-content folder from File Manager.

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Depending on your installation, the wp-content folder might be located in the root of public_html.

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Rename Plugins Folder

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Right click on the plugins folder and rename it to anything other than plugins, I renamed mine plugins_ with an underscore at the end.

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Go back to your website. You will notice it now loading correctly but we have the plugins deactivated.

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Reactive Plugins

Go back to the cPanel file manager and rename the plugins folder back to plugins.

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Go back to your WordPress website and reactivate all your plugins.

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