Ultimate debug bar for your WordPress website. On each page of your website a neat debug bar will be displayed with the following info:
- PHP version
- Request execution time
- Request memory consumption
- WordPress-related PHP constants defined in your wp-config.php file
- All website options (wp_options)
- Request data
- Timeline (waterfall) where you can see which portion of execution takes too much time
- List of all hooks triggered on the page whose execution time exceeds 1ms, along with some stats
- List of all database queries performed on the page, along with their source and execution time
- Last 100 lines of your debug.log file (if it exists in wp-content)
- List of loaded PHP files (categorized)
Besides that, it will track request data/hooks/db queries/mem. consumption in AJAX calls too (beta).
This plugin is meant to be used during development and/or debugging only. Only administrators and network administrators (in multi-site environment) can see the debugbar, unless the
WP_DEBUG is set to
true. In that case, everyone will see the debugbar.
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Use built in plugin installer or unzip ultimate-debugbar.zip in your wp-content/plugins and activate the plugin through the dashboard.
Q: AJAX requests are not working when plugin is active
A: Your server is blocking Ultimate Debugbar. If you’re running nginx, (check this)[https://stackoverflow.com/questions/23844761/upstream-sent-too-big-header-while-reading-response-header-from-upstream].
Q: AJAX requests are not being diplayed in the debugbar
A: Plugin is trying to send too much data in the headers. I’m afraid there’s no solution for this yet.
Q: How do I disable tracking AJAX requests?
A: Add the following code to your
– updated debugbar (requires PHP 7.1 now)
– added plugin icon
– initial release