Lists WordPress require() calls mainly for plugin code refactoring
Logs each email sent by WordPress.
Output variable in your Web browser console.
Debug can help you to find errors in your wordpress website via editing wp-config.php file.
Version: 3.0 Allow multiple user accounts to be created, registered, and updated having the same email address.
Allow to track hooks and debug messages during page life cycle.
Display prettified page source on the frontend.
All-in-one bundle of essential plugins and functions for all WordPress websites.
This plugin gives WordPress super admins an easy way to peek under the hood of the front-face of a WordPress installation via the admin bar.
This plugin use Apache log4php™ libary for create custom loggers on your file system or mail account. Is possible specify the type (rolling, daily),
**NOTICE: This plugin is no longer maintained.** Quick Cache has been renamed to ZenCache.
ZenCache is an advanced WordPress caching plugin inspired by simplicity. Speed up your site (BIG time!) with a reliable and fast WordPress cache.
View debugging and performance information on database queries, hooks, conditionals, HTTP requests, redirects and more.
ManageWP is the ultimate WordPress productivity tool, allowing you to efficiently manage your websites.
See which plugins are slowing down your site. This plugin creates a performance report for your site.
Toggle WP_DEBUG on/off through the admin toolbar
Brings the Symfony VarDumper component to your WordPress installation.
WP Hooker records all fired WP hooks and their hooked functions, to easily let you debug hook issues!
View Information about your WordPress Configuration (Defaults, Themes, Plugins) and Server Information that is useful for debugging and support.
An implementation of PHP Console as a WordPress plugin. Use Chrome Dev Tools to debug your WordPress installation!
Adminer is a full-featured MySQL management tool written in PHP. This plugin include this tool in WordPress.
This plugin is intended for theme developers to use. It shows the current template being used to render the page, current post type, and much more.
Reveal the theme template file used to render the displayed page, via the footer, widget, shortcode, and/or template tag.
Display WordPress Site Condition in Charts for Database Performance, Memory Usage, Peak Memory Usage, Page load time, Average Page load time & Soc
Display debug backtraces for every error generated by PHP.
Get a deeper insight of your WordPress installation and view detailed information of your SQL queries
A tiny plugin to display all enqueued scripts and style
Shows generated php site errors only to the admin via a drop down panel and hides them from the public. Email Alerts the admin of errors.
The Plugin Debug Objects provides a large number of information: query, cache, cron, constants, hooks, functions and many more.
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