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Console logging turned off

  • I am a plugin developer and have a lot to troubleshoot. Always WP_DEBUG on etc.

    The WP Admin pages seem to turn off the extremely usefull developers tool console.log(text); ( Firefox )

    How can I prevent wp admin to switch off console logging?

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  • bcworkz
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    @bcworkz

    How are you getting PHP to output to the console on non-admin pages?

    The only way I know of, which works for both, is echo "<script>console.log('$value')</script>";.

    I also have a js file for my admin pages, and when a js error occurs, the error is not logged in firefox’s firebug, but i often get the message (translated from dutch) ‘a script on this page has turned off console logging ( errors, warnings and messages )’. This is what i want to prevent, because i want to see the errors and not guessing them…

    bcworkz
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    @bcworkz

    Ah, I see now. That would have to come from some other JS or jQuery script. I don’t know of anyway to do that with PHP .(But there are a lot of things I don’t know, so there might be a way, but it doesn’t make sense for server side script to care much about client behavior) I am always seeing JS warnings about jQuery using some deprecated function when using admin pages of a fresh install from subversion, so whatever is turning off logging is not part of the default configuration.

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