This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.



You’ll be able to confirm various variables of PHP as well as receive the notifications, warnings and fatal errors on WordPress by using this plugin.
Usually WordPress users have to turn on the “WP_DEBUG” setting for debugging, but edump will show the information without needing it to be turned on, so you can recognize various notifications, warnings and errors on your production stage of WordPress. You can resolve and detect some issues easily by using this plugin.

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  • Setting your “Message ID” of edump in the Settings
  • Showing the information of PHP on your WordPress environment.


You can install this plugin directly from your WordPress dashboard:

  1. Go to the Plugins menu and click Add New.
  2. Search for edump.
  3. Click Install Now next to the edump plugin.
  4. Activate the plugin.
  5. Set your “Message ID” in edump in the Setting menu.

    ex). Register for an account on the edump website in advance. It’s free of charge.


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* 2017-04-20
* First version released.

* 2017-05-04
* it has been equipped with a JavaScript module.

* 2017-05-11
* it has been equipped with a Japanese language.

* 2017-05-20
* Equipping jQuery has been changed for the compatibility.

* 2019-08-24
* Updating http rquest method and Handling WordPress5 and above.

* 2020-04-26
* Updating for WP5.4