DebugPress is a powerful plugin for debugging WordPress powered websites


Get all the information you need for the current admin or frontend page, analyze queries, requests, and much more. Check out all the plugin features bellow, and explore the website for more information, documentation and support. And yes, this plugin is completely free.

Download the Plugin

Plugin is available for download from WordPress.org or GitHub.

Or get it from GitHub.

Latest Version: 1.5 (2020-11-14) · First Released: 2020-09-17
Downloads: 935 · Rating: 5.00 (2 votes)
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Displayed Information

The debugger popup window shows a lot of information, with up to 19 panels. Some panels are displayed when there is information to show, and some can be enabled or disabled through plugin settings.

Here is the overview of the information displayed:

  • Various page loading statistics and counts
  • PHP and WordPress errors and warnings
  • Registered Content and rewrite rules
  • Currently logged-in user information
  • Page request details and resolved Query
  • All WordPress registered constants
  • PHP system variables and System Information
  • Debug overview of all the AJAX calls
  • All the logged SQL queries with filters
  • List of all the enqueued CSS and JS files
  • Current admin page information
  • WordPress Debug Log file content (v1.1)

Powerful SQL Queries Panel

One of the most important debugger features is the ability to list and trace all the SQL queries executed by WordPress, plugins, and themes. SQL Queries panel in DebugPress shows information about each executed query, including the call trace, execution time, and formatted query easy to read. The panel allows you to filter queries by query type, database tables used in a query, and the function that made the call in code.

Download the Plugin

Plugin is available for download from WordPress.org or GitHub.

Or get it from GitHub.


Development

The plugin is available on GitHub, and you can suggest new features, report bugs, or submit pull requests to help with the plugin development.

Support

The plugin website contains documentation, and support is available through WordPress.org, GitHub, or Dev4Press.com.