Speaker: Michael Novotny
- jQuery & other default scripts that are included in wordpress
- Conditionals – limit your scripts to only load on pages that are shown at that time, you’ll run into less script conflicts
- Data – wptest.io importable library of tests for WordPress, imports a bunch of different content types into wordpress to test out multiple examples
- Setup – adjust wordpress settings to show every process that’s running
- Debug Bar (base plugin)
- Log deprecated Notices – log of what is now deprecated in different versions of wordpress
- Theme-Check – runs through your blog and gives you warnings and alerts for things you should fix/change
- Theme Mentor – above and beyond the Theme Checker plugin and makes sure that your plugin is not trying to deregister jquery, etc.
- RTL Tester – puts your theme or plugin into the perspective of reading right to left (how the rest of the world works)
- Slim Jetpack – jetpack without having to connect to wordpress.com to start using it. Assumes everything off, so you only turn on what you actually need.
- Browser cache – when you’re tired of bashing your head against the wall.
- Plugin vs. Theme vs. Core vs. Server/Configuration/PHP issue
- Chrome Developer Tools
- Launch Chrome Developer Tools
- Right Click > Inspect Element
- Access to live editable CSS, Source code, Console
- Cross browser & device testing
- Viewport Resizer – simulates actual sizes and devices.
- Browser Stack – service for testing different OS, Browsers and devices