Use Firebug with FirePHP to analyze the SQL queries made by WordPress. Ideal for development and avoid performance issues.
ManageWP is the ultimate WordPress productivity tool, allowing you to efficiently manage your websites.
Display WordPress Site Condition in Charts for Database Performance, Memory Usage, Peak Memory Usage, Page load time, Average Page load time & Soc
Monitor your website, plugins and themes.
An implementation of PHP Console as a WordPress plugin. Use Chrome Dev Tools to debug your WordPress installation!
Display prettified page source on the frontend.
All-in-one bundle of essential plugins and functions for all WordPress websites.
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.
This simple plugin sets the error reporting level according to the user role. The script warnings and errors are hidden from subscribers and visitors
Search the file and row (on WordPress) that contain a PHP function or class with a click!
ZenCache is an advanced WordPress caching plugin inspired by simplicity. Speed up your site (BIG time!) with a reliable and fast WordPress cache.
Check your variables with Query Monitor
View debugging and performance information on database queries, hooks, conditionals, HTTP requests, redirects and more.
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.
Automatic git version control and deployment for your plugins and themes integrated into wp-admin.
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.
A tool for experienced frontend performance engineers to take control over the scripts and styles enqueued on their site.
Adds the current page's template name to the admin bar.
Provides a quick and easy method of adding all core widgets to a sidebar for testing purposes.
Shows you the values of constants defined in your wp-config.php file
See which plugins are slowing down your site. This plugin creates a performance report for your site.
Output variable in your Web browser console.
Allow multiple user accounts to be created, registered, and updated having the same email address.
Logs each email sent by WordPress.
Lists WordPress require() calls mainly for plugin code refactoring
Debug can help you to find errors in your wordpress website via editing wp-config.php file.
Allow to track hooks and debug messages during page life cycle.
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.
Toggle WP_DEBUG on/off through the admin toolbar