'Debug This' adds a special option in the admin toolbar showed for the site's front-end.
This option provides access to a variety of debug options for displaying various operations and details that usually are not shown to normal users.
The obtained data can be used in debugging various facets of a WordPress installation.
Unpack and upload it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
Here are some key features of "Debug This":
· WP_Query details
· PHP modes details
· Shows user details
· Cron details
· Menu details
· Attachment details
· Widget details
· Sidebars details
· Rendered page statistics
· Registered image sizes
· Cache status
· WordPress 3.5 or higher
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Added advanced remote fetch for buffer
· Added real saved queries and execution time from original URL - can now be accessed as static properties $queries and $execution_time
· Added get_current_debug_url() method - exposes current URL with debug query
· Added post-meta debug mode. Created new menu section for queried object
· Updated bloginfo mode to true bloginfo values
· Updated wp-debug mode with better logic
· Added functionality for adding header links to the debug mode screen via add_debug_header_link($url, $label, $classes = '')