Tag: WP_DEBUG

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  • How to Make Sure I Will Uninstall Your Plugin

    One of the first things you should do when building a WordPress theme/plugin is turn on WP_DEBUG in your wp-config.php file. Turning this on will make sure that you get notices for bad functions, deprecated items in your files…Every theme/site I build has this flag set in development (don’t set it on the production server). […]

  • Building Good WordPress Themes – Error Logging

    We’re working on something like a series providing tips and talking about building solid WordPress themes. Today’s short tip is about setting debug options in your wp-config.php file. WP_DEBUG handles error display in WordPress. If you’re building a theme you need to make sure that no errors are a result of your theme. You can […]