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.
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.
Debug Log Parser is a tool to parse your WordPress debug-file and manage your error-handling.
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.
Adds information about the loop query and custom queries in the frontend
Add the name of the theme (template) files used to generate a page into the page's source as a comment.
What the.. Where'd that wp_redirect come from?
A debugging toolbar for WordPress.
POC Constants Definer defines WordPress constants quickly without change code.
Creates a draggable window with informations about all functions hooked to WordPress actions and filters.
A plugin with common features missed in WordPress, like favicon, meta tags, adding HTML to head and footer, WordPress e-mail from header filter, etc.
WordPress plugin for Clockwork.
A benchmarking plugin to profile slow hooks.
Admin page debugger tool
Provides logging and debugging data via e-mail and FirePHP.
Simple loading text domains loading mapper
If WP_DEBUG=true, this plugin adds a visual style that prevents admins from forgetting that debugging is enabled. Simple, slim, handy.
Provides convenient methods for developers to debug buggy code.
Custom extension of the WordPress Debug Bar. Designed from the development needs of FreshMuse
A PHP Debugger & Logger to speed up the process of plugin development.
Display debug backtraces for every error generated by PHP.
Loggy is simple express server for remote logging with REST API and WordPress plugin.
This WordPress Plugin collects the XDebug output and displayes it in the footer. Only use it with Xdebug extension for PHP activated
In every WordPress page there are many different hooks, but what is the direct relationship among them?