Developing in WordPress is a lot of fun for me and there are great plugins that make developing and debugging WordPress code really simple. Debug-Bar, Debug-Bar-Extender and Debug-Console are my favorite WordPress plugins to do this. But if you really live in WordPress code all day long you might sometimes wish that you can just […]Continue reading
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