Have you ever wondered what’s happening if you delete all themes in your WordPress dashboard?
I think you already know that WordPress doesn’t work if there is nothing in the theme directory, but how can we test that without leaving the dashboard?
Let me show you a trick.
I will delete all of my themes tested lately, and most importantly, I will keep active a theme other than the default TwentyTwenty theme of WordPress.
That’s because, in the next step, I will go through a process that will try reactivating the default theme.
The trick is to reset my WordPress website entirely.
As you can see, the reset process tries to reactivate the default theme of WordPress, but I’ve deleted that theme.
I can also delete the remained theme, and now I can say that my WordPress website doesn’t have any theme on it.
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