Pluggable.php file error may occour when you add a code snippet on your site or activate a new plugin. In this article, we wil guide you to fix this error in your WordPress site.
When and Why you see pluggable.php errors?
When custom code snippet fails to handle functions in the pluggable.php file, then this error occours. Demo of pluggable.php error:
Sometimes your WordPress may work with some errors showing around the admin panel. Demo picture is shown below:
Fixing pluggable.php file errors in WordPres
To fix the pluggable.php file error, you need to see the location mentioned in the error. Here is an example of the error in functions.php file at line 1035:
Following the error, you need to edit theme’s function.php file and edit or delete the code causing error.
(Note: sometime error is caused by extra space or a general error)
Let’s take another example caused due to plugins:
In most of the cases, errors are caused by custom code snippet added to functions.php file or poorly coded plugin. You can simply deactivate or remove those plugins to get away from the error.