You can easily disable all WordPress plugins directly from your database. This is useful when you have problems with your WordPress installation, such as not being able to log in to the admin Dashboard, or having blank pages on the website.
If you don't know which is the database used by your WordPress website, to learn how to find your WordPress database by click here.
To disable all plugins follow the steps below:
1 Go to phpMyAdmin in cPanel and select your WordPress database from the menu on the left.
2. Browse the table and locate wp_options.
3. Find the option active_plugins.
4. Click the pencil icon to edit the table. Its content will vary, depending on what plugins you have enabled.
Please note that this table may have a different prefix instead of wp_. You will see the correct prefix of the database once you access the phpMyAdmin tool and select the WordPress database. Click here to learn how to find your WordPress table prefix
Note: Disabling the plugins in this way will not delete them from your WordPress application. They will simply be deactivated. You can easily activate them from your WordPress admin area at any time.
And that's all! You're done.