In WordPress, if you have used plenty of plugins, you will surely come across a few that require you to put a shortcode in the post (like [shortcode_1]) for it to work. Using shortcode may be a good way to add functionality to your site, but when you deactivate the plugin, the shortcode in your content don’t get removed and it will appear in the frontend in its unprocessed form. Here are some ways to remove unused shortcode from your site.
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