Shows you the values of constants defined in your wp-config.php file
Allows users to edit the internal WordPress options without digging about the database.
Redirects all email sent through wordpress to the user currently logged in or the site administrator.
A tiny plugin to display all enqueued scripts and style
EASY TO USE! Dropdown console for wordperss enthusiasts to print and watch the value of PHP variables.
A rudimentary plugin for debugging cron.
This simple plugin sets the error reporting level according to the user role. The script warnings and errors are hidden from subscribers and visitors
Toggle WP_DEBUG on/off through the admin toolbar
Work with FirePHP, only PHP5 and a sample af values of WordPress
Displays a list of each page's SQL queries and the functions calling them that can be searched and sorted by time, type, etc.
Prints backtrace of call to wp_redirect().
Adds easy to access data for developers, including a fixed toolbar to the bottom of pages that shows query data and memory usage among other data.
Install and manage development plugins
Displays database table information.
Lightweight debug/tuning tools intended for use on production servers.
Get a deeper insight of your WordPress installation and view detailed information of your SQL queries
WpDebugger lists multiple variables responsible for the execution of each page along with database queries.
Logs any calls to deprecated functions, files, or arguments, and identifies the function that made the call. Handy for plugin and theme authors.
WP Hooker records all fired WP hooks and their hooked functions, to easily let you debug hook issues!
Add a #debug at the end of your URL to start TogetherJS.
Display prettified page source on the frontend.
Brings the Symfony VarDumper component to your WordPress installation.
Show all post meta (aka custom fields) keys and their unserialized values in a metabox on post editing pages.
Add capability to capture technical problems faced by users on any post or pages on the WordPress website / blog.
Lists WordPress require() calls mainly for plugin code refactoring.
This plugin use Apache log4php™ libary for create custom loggers on your file system or mail account. Is possible specify the type (rolling, daily),
Show all user meta (aka custom fields) keys and their unserialized values in a metabox on user profile editing pages.
Output variable in your Web browser console.
Show all term meta (aka custom fields) keys and their unserialized values in a metabox on term editing pages.
Debug Log Parser is a tool to parse your WordPress debug-file and manage your error-handling.