Adds a debug menu to the admin bar that shows query, cache, and other helpful debugging information.
I like the plugin and it has a great design as well.
It doesn't seem to be logging all queries though.
I didn't digg into it yet to see what it does and doesn't log.
As a quick suspicion it doesn't seem to be logging
$wpml -> query() queries, am I right? It only logs familiar WordPress queries?
This plugin is a must for me when developing WordPress themes and plugins.
This plugin is essential for anyone developing plugins and themes to debug WordPress queries and identify performance issues.
It's great to be able to get all this information about your pages without having to put in debug statements everywhere.
…without errors and suchlike. It just works.
I just can't build things for WordPress without it. It is the most essential thing, for each and every WP developer. Don't ignore, use it!
This plugin is wonderful. It has proven extremely helpful for debugging both site build-outs and custom plugin development. The query logger has been a lifesaver. Keep up the good work!
This plugin is simply essential for developers wanting to keep their own bar raised. It opens so many doors for eyeing the innards of your WordPress install you can't help but learn a thing or two along the way. Be sure to check out the plugin add-ons that are out there as well, in particular Debug-Bar-Extender which implements profiling and way more.
Only been using this plugin for a couple days and has already saved me a ton of time. Thanks to Mo Jangda's talk at a recent WordCamp Toronto for making sure we knew about it!
Debug bar is essential for developers who take performance, and best PHP / WordPress practices seriously. Even if you don't deal with high performance sites, studying debug bar output will help you better understand the underlying mechanics and the impact of your coding practices.
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