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Simple Debug Info Panel

Simple Debug Info Panel shows a little box on your site with helpful debugging info for developers: post/page ID, which template is being used, etc.

Some of my site pages don't seem to have an ID, why not?

Within the WordPress structure, only POSTS and PAGES have IDs (including Custom Post Types). Archive pages simply don't. Any page that lists more than one post/page (or excerpts of those) is considered an archive page. Examples are date archives, author archives, category archives, tag archives, search results, etc.

The screen size dimensions don't seem right. What up?

It's possible that the dimensions shown in the info box are larger than the actual width/height of the page. However, keep in mind that the dimensions displayed are INCLUDING the scrollbar(s). So, if the page has a scrollbar on the right, and the contents are 700 pixels wide, the infobox will say it's 716 or so.

Why? Because media queries also take the scrollbar into consideration when calculating width. If there's a media query breakpoint set at (say) 700 pixels, this point will be met when the contents of the body are actually around 684 pixels, because the screen itself is 684 plus 16 for the scrollbar = 700. Since the scrollbar-included dimensions of the page are important when it comes to responsive design, the dimensions in the infobox also include the scrollbar -- very relevant to any media queries.

Is it possible to open/close the infobox and then keep the same state when I navigate to another page (without having to change something in the plugin's settings)?

No, not in the current version. I'll check if that can be done easily in a future version.

I'll need more help please!

The plugin's own page can be found here. If that still doesn't help you solve your issue, please do NOT file a bug through the form on my website, but instead go to the plugin's WordPress.org support forum.

I've noticed that something doesn't work right, or I have an idea for improvement. How can I report this?

It's very possible, or even likely, that something's not right; I can only do so much testing and it's impossible to test the plugin with every single theme out there, so there's a good chance that it will have some issues with themes that I haven't tested. Please report any bugs on the plugin's WordPress.org support forum.

Requires: 3.6 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.6.2
Last Updated: 5 months ago
Active Installs: 70+

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