How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website

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Here are the two ways to turn on Debug mode for your WordPress website.

The first way (the easy way)

1. Login to your cPanel.

2. Go to WP Toolkit.

, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard

3. Click Debugging on.

, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard

The second way (the hard way)

1. Login to your cPanel.

2. Go to File Manager.

, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard

3. Make sure you are in “Public_html”.

4. Search for wp-config.php.

, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard

5. Right-click on wp-config.php.

6. Click “Edit”.

, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard
, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard

7. Scroll down to debug.

, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard

8. Change WP_DEBUG from “false” to “true”.

9. Just to be sure, if you see WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY, change that to “true” as well.

, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard

10. Save your changes.

, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard

11. Close the editor.

, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard

12. If you have access to your WordPress dashboard, login and go to site health to check if debug is on.

, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard

Here you can see that debug is enabled.

, How to Enable WP_DEBUG for your WordPress website, WP Wizard
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