Last teaser for GD Press Tools 4.0 Pro, before release of Beta 1 version on Monday is for a new/old feature. Old, because it was available in some limited form before, and new because it will have more options and will be much more usable. And this feature is  Debugger.

New debugger settings panel is displayed on the image bellow. Very detailed settings allows you to control how to display the debugger and who can see it.

Debugger Settings
Debugger Settings

Debugger can be opened with button embedded on the Admin Bar (WP 3.1 required) or with a static / floated button that will work with WordPress 3.0 also. Debugger window can be displayed as a modal popup overlaying the page, can be embedded after the footer or it can be added as a docked panel at the bottom.

Debugger will display: WP_Query status, WP Actions/Filters, WP_DB object and queries, URL Rewriting status, Errors and Warnings, WP Internal Cache, PHP Constants, Page loading stats and other things. But, you will also be able to add own data there. Plugin will have debug print functions that will output results into the debugger without disrupting the page, you can add own tabs with debug info (for your own plugin/theme debugging) and much more.

Plugin will be released during this month. As announced before, Beta 1 will be released on Monday, February 14 2011.

Promo coupon to get 40% discount for this plugin (for yearly recurring payments standard and developer licenses only): GDPRESSTOOLS4. Coupon is active now, and can be used until March 1 2011.

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Programmer since the age of 12 and now WordPress developer with more than 8 years of WordPress experience, author of more than 100 plugins and more than 20 themes.

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