Bedrock has many differences from a default WordPress install. However, all of these changes are done through official and built-in WordPress functionality and settings such as the custom
If a plugin or theme works with a regular WordPress install and not with Bedrock, it's almost always a problem with the theme or plugin. This wouldn't just apply to Bedrock-based sites, but also likely any site with WordPress in its own directory which is a fairly typical setup.
These incompatibilities are caused by plugin and theme authors not using proper WordPress functions to refer to file paths or URLs usually. Common issues include:
- assuming the content directory is
- assuming WordPress is not in a subdirectory
- trying to include wp-load.php
If you reach a WordPress error page on a non-development environment that says "Sorry, you are not allowed to access this page.", then the plugin or theme could be conflicting with Bedrock's use of enabling
If you run into an issue with a specific theme or plugin, please contact their authors first and link them to this page.