Test if a Plugin or Theme Interferes with Popup Maker
Use the 'Health Check' Plugin to Troubleshoot Your Site
WordPress version 5.2 added a Site Health page in the admin at Tools >> Site Health.
The WordPress.org developer community developed the ‘Health Check’ plugin to troubleshoot and debug website problems and site setups. One interesting feature of the plugin is ’Troubleshooting’ mode. When active, ‘Troubleshooting’ creates a plain-vanilla WordPress session on a site only for the plugin user. All other visitors to a site are not affected (or disrupted) while ‘Troubleshooting’ is in use.
Related article: 'Troubleshooting Using the 'Health Check' plugin (documentation).
- the temporary deactivation of all plugins except Popup Maker,
- switching to a default WordPress theme, and
- systematically activating plugins one-by-one
in an attempt to isolate the source of the conflict with Popup Maker.
If plugin testing in inconclusive, switch back to the original site theme, and observe whether the problem with Popup Maker occurs again.
Create a Local Version of Your Site on Which to Test
- Local by GetFlywheel (free),
- MAMP (free) or MAMP Pro,
- DesktopServer, or
- Bitnami WordPress.