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- Move the hook processing into its own class and out of the collector, so it can be re-used even if the Hooks collector isn't in use. Fixes #399.
- Increase the sidebar layout to 100% height when there's no admin toolbar.
- Update the QM element ID in the "worst case scenario" JS. Fixes #398.
- Improve the layout of the Settings panel.
- Force the
Non-Corefilter items to the bottom of the list, so plugins and themes takes precedence.
- Add an entry for the Settings screen to the narrow view nav menu.
- Add the admin notice hooks to the list of concerned actions for the Admin Screen panel.
New features! Read about them here: https://querymonitor.com/blog/2019/02/new-features-in-query-monitor-3-3/
- Introduce sub-menus for displaying Hooks in Use for each panel.
- Output the call stack and responsible component when
- Add render timing for blocks using the new hooks introduced in WordPress 5.1.
- Introduce a toggle to display QM on the side of the window.
- Allow non-string values to be used in the logger message. They'll be presented as JSON formatted strings.
- Allow boolean values to be used in log message contexts.
- Add some margin to the Close button so it doesn't get covered up so much by scroll bars.
- Prefix QM's cookie name with
wp-to ensure interoperability with caches and proxies.
- Separate the Scripts and Styles collector and outputter so they're actually two separate panels.
- Add support for opcode cache detection separate from the object cache detection.
- Rename the main QM container to get around the fact that its name clashes with the plugin rows in older versions of WordPress.
- Avoid using
wp_parse_url()as it was only introduced in WP 4.4.
- Support for nested content blocks (eg. in columns).
- Hide long innerHTML content of blocks behind a toggle.
- Add validation of the referenced media file in media blocks.
- Ensure asset URLs include the
- Tweak the warning colours.
- Coding standards.
- Layout tweaks.
- Add a new
Blockspanel for debugging blocks in post content. Supports WordPress 5.0 and the Gutenberg plugin.
- Display the number of times that each template part was included.
- Allow the scripts and styles output to be filtered based on Dependencies and Dependents.
- Remove the
Pinbutton in favour of always pinning QM when it's open.
- Add a "Settings" link to the Plugins screen that opens the settings panel.
- Add a link to the Add-ons page on the wiki.
- Add some more verbose and visible error notices for suboptimal PHP configuration directives.
- Add support for identifying any RDBMS, not just MySQL and MariaDB.
- Perform the PHP version check earlier on so that fewer parts of QM need to be compatible with PHP 5.2.
- Highlight plain
httprequests to the HTTP API as insecure.
- Ensure the
Templateadmin menu is always shown, even if the template file name isn't known.
- Adjust the JS and CSS asset source to not include the host.
- Add a warning for insecure JS and CSS assets.
- Remove before and after pseudo-elements in the style reset.
- Show as much theme and template information as possible, even if QM doesn't know the template name.
- Highlight non-core rows when filtering the Hooks & Actions panel by Non-Core.
- Add a filter for environment constants.
- Min width CSS for buttons.
- First pass at documenting filters and hooks.
- More coding standards updates.
- Add a dark mode for the UI which is used via the Dark Mode plugin.
- Display Query Monitor's output in the user's selected language, instead of the site language.
- Add extended support for the Members and User Role Editor plugins.
- Fix link hover and focus styles.
- Reset some more CSS styles.
- Lots of accessibility improvements.
- Switch to system default fonts to match the WordPress admin area fonts.
- Implement a PSR-3 compatible logger.
- UI improvements for mobile/touch/narrow devices.
- Various improvements to the layout of the Scripts and Styles panels.
- Prevent the "overscroll" behaviour that causes the main page to scroll when scrolling to the end of a panel.
- Remove the second table footer when filtering tables.
- Add a settings panel with information about all of the available configuration constants.
All other changes:
- Show a warning message in the Overview panel when a PHP error is trigger during an Ajax request.
- Display a warning when time or memory usage is above 75% of the respective limit.
- Template Part file string normalization so template parts are correctly shown on Windows systems.
- Don't output toggle links or a blank HTTP API transport if not necessary.
- Add a human readable representation of transient timeouts, and prevent some wrapping.
- Add a tear down for the capability checks collector so that cap checks performed between QM's processing and output don't break things.
- Remove the ability to sort the HTTP API Calls table. This removes a column, increasing the available horizontal space.
- Handle a bunch more known object types when displaying parameter values.
- Allow PHP errors to be filtered by level.
- Shorten the displayed names of long namespaced symbols by initialising the inner portions of the name.
- Combine the Location and Caller columns for PHP Errors to save some horizontal space.
- Don't wrap text in the PHP error type column.
- Improve the authentication cookie toggle so it dynamically reflects the current state.
- For now, force QM to use ltr text direction.
- Clarify terminology around the number of enqueued assets.
- Add fallback support for
wp_cache_get_stats()to fetch cache stats.
- Improve the message shown when no queries are performed.
- Pluck stats from cache controllers that implement a
getStats()method and return a nested array of stats for each server.
- Rename the
QM_HIDE_CORE_HOOKSconfiguration constant to
- Better handling of environments with unlimited execution time or memory limit. Adds a warning for both.
- When an external cache isn't in use, provide some helpful info if an appropriate extension is installed.
- Add even more hardening to the JS handling to prevent problems when jQuery is broken.
- Remove the old
no-jsstyles which don't work well with the new UI.
- Correct the logic for showing the
Non-Corecomponent filter option.
- Add another VIP function to the list of functions that call the HTTP API.
- Add an inline warning highlight to capability checks that are empty or of a non-string type.
- Add support for WordPress.com VIP Client MU plugins.
- Add support for displaying laps as part of the timing information.
- Add full support for namespaced Debug Bar add-on panels.
- Switch back to depending on
- Don't assume
php_uname()is always callable. Add info about the host OS too.
- Reset inline height attribute when the panel is closed.
- Brand new UI that resembles familiar web developer tools. Lots of related improvements and fixes.
- Introduce some basic timing functionality in a Timings panel. See #282 for usage.
- Introduce a
QM_NO_JQUERYconstant for running QM without jQuery as a dependency.
- Allow the Scripts and Styles panel to be filtered by host name.
- Expose information about redirects that occurred in HTTP API requests.
- Expose more debugging information for HTTP API requests.
- Don't enable the Capability Checks panel by default as it's very memory intensive.
- Allow PHP errors to be silenced according to their component. See
- Hide all file paths and stack traces behind toggles by default.
- Remove support for the AMP for WordPress plugin.
- Add associative keys to the array passed to the
- Drop support for PHP 5.2.
- Generally improve performance and reduce memory usage.
- Add the current user object to the Request panel.
- A few improvements to the appearance of the overall layout.
- Use relative positioning in place of the nasty absolute position hack needed for some themes.
- Ensure the
get_*_template()function exists before calling it.
- Add a
QM_DISABLE_ERROR_HANDLERconstant to disable QM's error handling.
- Switch to runtime filtering of user capabilities instead of granting the
view_query_monitorcap upon activation.
- Correct a bunch of inline docs and code standards.