Extremely simple mechanism for embedding FirePHP into WordPress to use FirePHP during WP Development.
This is part of the behavior of FirePHP itself and is not related to the Simple WP-FirePHP plugin at all - FirePHP requires that the server it's running on be configured for output buffering (see line 4 on the FAQ page ). You can do this at the server level or within your script, either by opening output buffering at the beginning of the output and closing it at the end, or by surrounding the
fb() call with buffering statements like so:
fb("echo some stuff to the console");