This is the easiest and fastest way to see if you have a conflict on your site. Disable all active plugins with a single click. You can also turn them all back on with a single click without losing any settings or functionality. You can also enable WP_DEBUB directly from your admin area with no need for FTP or server access. WordPress WP_DEBUG is a built-in debugging tool that when enabled, will display any PHP errors on the front end of your site or within a debug log. So fast and easy to know instantly if there is a conflict on your site causing an issue.
This plugin also displays the current WordPress version number along with the following hosting environment details in the admin footer.
- Active WordPress version
- PHP version
- Web server type
- MySQL version
BEST REASONS TO USE THIS
- Quickly know if the error on your site is caused by an active plugin
- No need for FTP access to turn off all plugins. One click off and on
- Turn on WP_DEBUG without needing FTP or server access
- Find and isolate PHP errors directly from your admin area
- Quickly view WordPress version used and hosting environment info
- Upload plugin-conflict-finder.zip to plugins via WordPress admin panel or upload unzipped folder to your wp-content/plugins/ folder
- Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress
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Contributors & Developers
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- Initial release
- Additional screenshots to explain plugin functions
- FAQ section on WP.org page updated
- Included debug settings to see PHP errors on the site
- Fixed error in plugin class message display
- Included admin footer display of hosting environment info