Boost Your WordPress Performance with Code Profiler: Debugging Made Easy

Code Profiler Pro 1.6.8 NULLED


Jerome Bruandet ~ NinTechNet Ltd.

Code Profiler is a revolutionary tool designed to boost your WordPress performance and make debugging a breeze. With its user-friendly interface and powerful features, it’s never been easier to optimize your WordPress code.

This innovative tool offers a range of features that set it apart from the competition. It provides real-time performance insights, helping you identify bottlenecks in your code and improve your website’s speed. The detailed debugging information allows you to quickly locate and fix any issues, saving you valuable time and effort.

One of the standout features of Code Profiler is its efficient code debugging. It offers a comprehensive overview of your code’s execution, making it easy to spot any inefficiencies or errors. This feature alone can significantly improve your website’s performance and user experience.

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  1. Real-time Performance Insights
  2. Detailed Debugging Information
  3. Efficient Code Debugging
  4. Advanced Filtering Options
  5. User-friendly Interface

These features make Code Profiler an essential tool for anyone looking to optimize their WordPress website and improve its performance.

= 1.6.5 (October 5, 2023) =

  • Updated Charts.js libraries.
  • Fixed potential PHP error when calling number_format function.
  • Small fixes and adjustments.

= 1.6.8 (February 14, 2024) =

  • Fixed an issue in the theme switcher where, in some cases, a child theme could throw an error because the wrong stylesheet was loaded.
  • Improved the parsing of the backtrace when attempting to find which plugin or theme initiated a remote connection.