A simple debug helper plugin. Check Debug Log from the dashboard. Admin Email notification can also be set. It will trigger an email notification using wp-cron job if there is any data in the log file. By default, it is turned off.
Using WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY along with WP_DEBUG, debug messages can be controlled to show whether inside HTML pages or not. By default,it is turned off so users will not see any debug or error information.
Enable or disable debug constants with a single click.
See different highlighted log levels.
- Set custom log file paths for loading debug logs.
> apply_filters(‘wp_debuglog_log_file_path’, $file);
- Accessible from the dashboard’s WordPress admin top nav bar.
- Simplifies the debugging process by managing to log debug without modifying the wp-config.php file directly.
- WP_DEBUG :: Default Value : true
- WP_DEBUG_LOG:: Default Value : true
- SCRIPT_DEBUG :: Default Value : false
- WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY :: Default Value : false
- SAVEQUERIES:: Default Value : false
Please note: Constant values will be restored on plugin deactivation as it was before activating the plugin.
- Upload the plugin files to the
/wp-content/plugins/debug-log-config-tooldirectory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
- Go to Tools-> Debug Logs screen to see the debug logs or access it from the top navbar.
Do I need to edit wp-config.php fie ?
No activate the plugin and turn off/on debug constants from dashboard
Can I add more debug constants ?
Currently, you can use the filter apply_filters(‘dlct_constants’, $constants);
Contributors & Developers
“WP Debug Log – Configuration Tool” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
– Clean UI
– Refresh Log
– Email Notification
– New Constants
– Removed database dependency