To resolve a plugin conflict, you'll want to
- deactivate ALL plugins not specifically recommended with the theme at the same time, and then
- flush your cache to see if the issue resolves
If so then you can reactivate them one by one to see which one is causing the problem.
For your reference the only recommended plugins are:
- Genesis eNews Extended
- Genesis Simple Share
- Simple Social Icons
- Widget Importer and Exporter
- Gravity Forms
- WP Instagram Widget
- WP Recipe Maker
- WP Rocket
This troubleshooting method works for all of our themes including:
- Foodie Pro
- Brunch Pro
- Cook'd Pro
- Cravings Pro
- Seasoned Pro
This is an inherently manual, time-consuming process. The solution is to use only recommend plugins, and keep your plugins to a minimum.
Alternatively, we highly recommend hiring Andrew @ Nerdpress on one of his monthly maintenance plans, if you find it overwhelming to run the technical side of a blog.
Block Editor (Gutenberg)
The themes do not alter the block editor in any way.
For issues relating to the block editor, please reach out directly to the block editor developer.
Health Check Plugin
The Health Check Plugin allows you to disable all plugins except specific ones, expediting the troubleshooting process.
However, it can also crash a site. We've had it work about 50% of the time. This isn't a problem at all, as long as you do it on a staging site and not your live site.
Query Monitor Plugin
The Query Monitor Plugin is more technical and is meant for more expert-level troubleshooting, but can give you insights into which plugins are adding files and filters.