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I've recently installed a plugin that broke the site. So I deactivated all other plugins and activated one at a time until the site broke again. I narrowed it down. This new plugin and an old one just don't get along. The problem is that I need both of them. They are both very unique.

What can I do to try and get them to work together and not break the site? I'm asking general items that people usually try in such cases. Is my only course to ask the plugin developers for support? I'm worried that both plugin developers will just blame the other plugin and pass the buck, leaving me with no support either way.

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    You should definitely let the plugin authors know their plugins are mutually compatible, they might fix that for you, but without knowing what the specific PHP error is I doubt there's anything that can be done here short of finding an alternative plugin – Tom J Nowell Feb 13 '18 at 0:09
  • @Tom You can turn on error reporting, right? So you don't get just a blank screen? – 38365 Feb 13 '18 at 0:42
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    DEBUG in WordPress codex.wordpress.org/Debugging_in_WordPress – Michael Feb 13 '18 at 0:57

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