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WordPress System Log


This plugin helps administrators of the site see their environment on which the site is currently running that includes WordPress environment, tha database it requires, Server Environment and the plugins installed and activated on the site.
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  • screenshot-1 - shows the system details, on which your site is running.
  • screenshot-2 - shows the screen where you can enquire regarding your system details.


  1. Upload the entire “wp-system-log” folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.


How can we see the details this plugin provides?

You’ll get a menu page namely, “WP System Log” mostly at the bottom of the admin menus which will fetch the complete details.


April 16, 2018
It shows me PHP Version Operating System MySQL Version System Uptime Active Theme Active Plugins Database Details WordPress Debugging (Enabled/Disabled) WordPress Memory Limit and much more
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Contributors & Developers

“WordPress System Log” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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  • Fix – WP 5.5 Compatibility update


  • Enhancement – Backend admin settings ui enhancement.


  • Fix – Design updates


  • Fix – success message after enquiry form submission.
  • Fix – Display a loader when WordPress Debug Mode turn on or off


  • Visual updates


  • first version.