wpsnoop Fatal error: Cannot redeclare deactivate_shortcodes_finder()
If you are dealing with a WordPress issue where a PHP Function deactivate_shortcodes_finder() was already declared it is most likely due to a plugin/theme conflict.
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This page has information on the 1 place where that function is declared and used in WordPress plugins and themes.
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Our database has uncovered 1 different instance of potential conflict where different plugins or themes share the function name.Examples of this error include:
PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare deactivate_shortcodes_finder() (previously declared in wp-content/plugins/shortcodes-finder/shortcodes-finder.php:48)
This file is part of the WordPress plugin Shortcodes Finder and could be interacting with another theme or plugin and causing a fatal error.
The error occurs because two (or more) plugins that you are using are both trying to declare a function with the same name.