DebugMe is a convenient and powerful WordPress plugin that allows you to easily view and search WordPress logs, as well as review your server settings. It is the perfect tool for debugging and troubleshooting.
Reading and searching through the debug.log file can be challenging and time-consuming. With DebugMe, you can access and analyze the log directly from your WordPress Dashboard, eliminating the need to navigate to the server. The log is presented in a readable and searchable format, making it effortless to locate specific notices, warnings, and errors.
Debug Log Viewer: Gain quick insights into your WordPress debug.log file with a simplified and user-friendly table format. Easily browse through log entries and navigate using search filters such as error type, line number, and file name. The pagination feature ensures smooth log control and efficient debugging.
Server Info: Keep track of all your server settings in one centralized location. DebugMe automatically parses the phpinfo() output, providing you with comprehensive server information. No need to dig into the server configuration files manually – everything is neatly displayed for you.
DebugMe is designed to streamline your debugging process, saving you valuable time and effort. With its intuitive interface and powerful features, you can easily identify and address issues, ensuring the smooth operation of your WordPress site.
Install DebugMe today and take control of your WordPress logs and server settings effortlessly. Debug with ease and keep your website running at its best.
Note: DebugMe is constantly updated and maintained to ensure compatibility and optimal performance with the latest versions of WordPress.
How to activate within WordPress
- Go to ‘Plugins > Add New’
- Search for ‘DebugMe’
- Click install then activate
How to activate manually
- Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
- Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” page in Dashboard
Why is debug.log important?
Debug.log is a part of the universal (core, plugins, and themes) WordPress system for debugging code. It is vitally important for your code quality and website operation.
You should strive to ensure that this file is empty and contains no notices, warnings, or critical errors. If a new line appears in the debug.log. – make an effort to fix a bug in the code to ensure the highest quality user experience for visitors of your website.
What are the common WordPress issues that I can track in the debug.log file?
Debug.log file is a default issue tracking log file for WP. It shows various plugin or themes errors. Some of them may not be critical right now but will lead to serious problems like the White Screen of Death in the future.
- Tested with WordPress 6.2.2
- Updated server info UI
- Fixed broken searchbar
- Changed color scheme
- Changed spaces in tables
- Added missing icons
- Added support of Ukrainian language
- Small UI changes
- Added support of “Parse” error type
- Tested with WordPress 6.1
- Added buttons for refreshing, clear and downloading the log
- Added ability to clear debug.log file
- UI color changes
- Initial release