WordPress Error Logs
The error logs file stores information about errors that occur on a WordPress installation or plugin. If the error log is empty, it could mean that the log is not configured for this site. Normally you can check this file after login to your Cpanel or FTP server. But while using WP Adminify, you can check error logs from server info, and clean it too.
WordPress Constants For WP-config.php
Constant functions provide a way to define a value that will always stay the same. Using the Constants feature by WP Adminify, you will get access to all necessary configurations and check which features are enabled.
Check .htaccess , php.ini, robots.txt File
The .htaccess file is a configuration file that controls how WordPress interacts with your webserver. It’s not the easiest thing to edit, but it does provide some great benefits. You can check and copy your .htaccess, php.ini, robots.txt file from your dashboard using WP Adminify.
WordPress Website Information
Most of all info like WordPress version, PHP version, MySQL version, PHP Memory WP Limit, PHP Memory WP-Usage, etc can be checked from this option. Also you will get information on your Active Theme and active plugin list too.
WordPress Website Server Information
All information regarding your server like Operating System, Software, IP Address, Port, Timezone, PHP Max Execution Time, PHP Post Max Size, PHP Max Upload Size (WP), etc.
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