How to Debug WordPress SQL Queries

How to Debug WordPress SQL Queries

Lots of things can go wrong with WordPress. Instead of using a separate tool for each and every one of them, how about using a “swiss army knife” of tools that can help you debug everything from filters, to SQL queries, and PHP warnings?

How to Insert PHP Code in a WordPress Post

How to Insert PHP Code in a WordPress Post

Normally, you can only use static content inside a WordPress post – including Javascript. But what if you want to use conditional statements like PHP code? While there are a lot of plugins that allow you to do that, here’s a quick and easy way to create your own shortcodes to get the job done!

PHP5 vs PHP7 Speed Comparison in WordPress

PHP5 vs PHP7 Speed Comparison in WordPress

I bet you’ve all heard about PHP 7, the latest version to be released very soon. It’s supposed to be the fastest release yet. In this post, I take it out for a spin on the SiteGround web hosting service.

How to Log PHP Errors in WordPress

How to Log PHP Errors in WordPress

Has you site ever broken after making some changes to a plugin or writing some code? If so, you’ll know how frustrating it is to not know what went wrong. But don’t worry – this simple tutorial will show you how to configure WordPress to log PHP errors in any file of your choosing. All you need is FTP access!

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