How to Add a WordPress Query Monitor On Your Site


WordPress.org
Jamika Shannon

Query Monitor focuses heavily on presenting its information in a useful manner, for example by showing aggregate database queries grouped by the plugins, themes, or functions that are responsible for them. It adds an admin toolbar menu showing an overview of the current page, with complete debugging information shown in panels once you select a menu item.

How to Add a WordPress Query Monitor On Your Site
Becky Gardner

Do not forget to click the Update Profile button to save your configuration. Then you have to visit the page for which you want to check the queries. Once on this page, just go to the query monitor menu in the admin bar and click the section you want to see. SQL queries monitoring The query monitor plugin allows you to monitor all SQL queries, caller queries, and components. Component queries show you queries through plugins, theme and core files.

How to Add a WordPress Query Monitor On Your Site
Alyssa Osborne

Do you want to add a WordPress query monitor on your site? A query monitor gives you behind the scene look into your WordPress site. In this article, we will show you how to add a WordPress query monitor on your site and debug performance issues like a pro.

Query Monitor – Debug WordPress and Improve Website Performance
Jaimie Jamison

We won’t take the time to list every feature offered by Query Monitor, but if you want to dig into the details take a look at Query Monitor on GitHub. At a high level, what Query Monitor does is watch every WordPress transaction that takes place on the server, or between the server and visitor’s browser, while a WordPress webpage is generated. It then appends a report to the footer of the webpage detailing all of the information it has gathered. It works on every page, including /wp-admin/ pages, so you can use it debug any front end or back end page.

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