With the help of the Error Reporting plugin, you can identify problems in your WordPress Blog and keep yourself aware of errors in a live blog. This Plugin will prove to be a valuable tool for the WordPress developer. With its Highly customizable settings you can locate various types of WordPress Core errors, and plugin and theme errors. Errors can be handled by logging to files and by email notification.
Logs Errors to files and Sends Error Notification emails. Records Ping Errors and displays them in a dashboard widget. For more info, please visit the plugin’s page Error Reporting.
It is the hope that the Error Reporting plugin will prove to be a valuable tool for the WordPress developer. Highly customizable settings allow for the ability to locate various types of both native WordPress Core errors, and plugin and theme errors. Errors can be handled by logging to files and/or by email notification. The Error Reporting plugin can help identify problems during plugin development and can help in both locating and keeping aware of errors in a live blog.
The Ping Errors feature can catch up to 100 ping errors. These are displayed in both a dashboard widget and on the plugin’s Settings page. Great for tracking repeated ping failures so you can clean up your ping list.
The Ping Errors feature works independently from Log Errors and Email Errors. That is, it can be enabled even if one or both of the others are not enabled.
If you do not want to see the widget on your dashboard, please go to dashboard’s “Screen Options” and deselect “Ping Errors”
* Because a ping fails once, or even a few times, does not necessarily mean that it should be removed from your ping list. However, if one is repeatedly failing over a long period of time, it justifies investigation and possible removal.
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