This plugin will perform a number of checks on your WordPress install to detect
common configuration errors and known issues.
For now it just checks the PHP and MySQL versions of your server are not too low
to meet the requirements that we have announced for WordPress 3.2
Once it has checked the versions it will feed back the results under the header of the Plugins page.
In future this plugin will also provide a whole suite of checks for other things which
may be affecting your install.
Other than tell you your sql and php versions, not much to this other than the misspelling of the plugin name in the dashboard.
Nothing happens after activating plugin in WordPress 4.4
- Added recommended PHP and MySQL versions
- Check for utf8mb4 support
- Fixed a bunch of PHP warnings
- Fixed version comparision bug – When the server had the exact required versions we reported it as out of date.
- Updated with actual PHP and MySQL version requirements for WordPress 3.2
- Initial release with checks for the PHP and MySQL versions we will likely target for WordPress 3.2