When working with regular expressions, it can be difficult to understand why a particualar pattern is not working as you would expect.
The visual debug tool at debuggex.com makes it much easier to step through and actually visualize how a pattern is working or, as is often the case, not working.
Here is an overview of how it works.
You turn on WordPress debugging only to find the log full of deprecated notices that make the log difficult to parse. Bummer.
You could spend time going through each deprecated notice and updating the offending piece of code. Or you could ask WordPress to ignore these deprecated notices (at least in the short term) by doing the following;
Continue reading “WordPress Debug Log without Deprecated Notices”
Came across a cool debug tool today, its called Fiddler2.
Fiddler2 is a…
Web Debugging Proxy which logs all HTTP(S) traffic between your computer and the Internet
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