A plugin conflict test is a standard troubleshooting step when dealing with issues in WordPress environoments.
Because of WordPress’s extensibility, it’s quite common for unrelated plugins to interact with each other negatively. That’s why this is generally the first step when troubleshooting an issue without a known cause.
Go to the Plugins page in the WordPress admin panel, tick the box next to every plugin that’s not Breakdance (and isn’t required to reproduce the problem), click the “Bulk Actions” dropdown and choose “Deactivate”, then click “Apply.”
If you’re using Breakdance with a theme, disable the theme by going to Breakdance > Settings > Theme in the WordPress admin panel. Once there, choose the “Disable Theme” option and save your settings.
Now that your environment has been simplified, try reproducing the issue you experienced originally.
If it doesn’t occur, you’ve identified a plugin or theme conflict.
Once you’ve verified that the issue doesn’t occur with your theme & extra plugins deactivated, you can begin trying to pinpoint which specific one is responsible.
First, re-enable your theme under Breakdance > Settings > Theme in the WordPress admin panel, then try to reproduce the issue.
If it does occur, you’ve identified that your theme is causing the conflict.
If it doesn’t, move on re-activating each previously active plugin, one at a time, and attempting to reproduce the issue after you activate each one. At some point, the issue will occur again, and you will know that the most recently activated plugin is responsible for the problem.
Assuming you successfully identified a plugin or theme conflict, the fastest way to resolve the issue is to remove that plugin or theme from your site and use something different.
If it’s a critical part of your stack, you should relay your findings and any additional details you have to both the Breakdance team and the third-party plugin’s support team via the appropriate channels.
If the issue still occurred with no other themes or plugins active, it may be a legitimate bug in Breakdance. Please let us know so we can investigate further.