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Debug Bar Constants adds three new panels to the Debug Bar that display the defined WP and PHP constants for the current request.
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Debug Bar Constants adds three new panels to the Debug Bar that display the defined WP and PHP constants for the current request.
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Debug Bar Constants
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Debug Bar Constants
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Plugin name.

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Installation Instructions
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Installation Instructions
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Have you read what it says in the beautifully red bar at the top of your plugins page ? As it says there, the Debug Bar plugin needs to be active for this plugin to work. If the Debug Bar plugin is not active, this plugin will automatically de-activate itself.
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Have you read what it says in the beautifully red bar at the top of your plugins page ? As it says there, the Debug Bar plugin needs to be active for this plugin to work. If the Debug Bar plugin is not active, this plugin will automatically de-activate itself.
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I've tried to exclude all PHP classes from this list, however, I might have missed some. Also some new extensions and/or classes may have been introduced in PHP since the last version of this plugin was released. Please <a href="https://github.com/jrfnl/Debug-Bar-Constants/issues">let me know</a> which one(s) you found and I'll add it/them to the exclusion list.
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I've tried to exclude all PHP classes from this list, however, I might have missed some. Also some new extensions and/or classes may have been introduced in PHP since the last version of this plugin was released. Please <a href="https://github.com/jrfnl/Debug-Bar-Constants/issues">let me know</a> which one(s) you found and I'll add it/them to the exclusion list.
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In general, when you're developing a plugin/theme, you are developing for an unknown group of other people with unknown server configurations - including which extensions are(n't) installed -, so you should always make sure that your class will not interfere with any of the PHP native/extension classes.
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In general, when you're developing a plugin/theme, you are developing for an unknown group of other people with unknown server configurations - including which extensions are(n't) installed -, so you should always make sure that your class will not interfere with any of the PHP native/extension classes.
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Easy: It's bad practise to name your class the same as one of the PHP native/extension classes.
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Easy: It's bad practise to name your class the same as one of the PHP native/extension classes.
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Don't forget to always check whether the class constant exists before you use it! It may not be available on all pages and surely not on all WP installs.
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Don't forget to always check whether the class constant exists before you use it! It may not be available on all pages and surely not on all WP installs.
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If your plugin/theme interacts with other plugins and/or themes, you may want to use their constants. Example: A plugin might have their version number saved as a class constant (good practice!). On your part, your plugin may have been set up to only work if the related plugin has been upgraded to version x. In that case, you may want to check other plugins version number before your plugin interacts with it.
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If your plugin/theme interacts with other plugins and/or themes, you may want to use their constants. Example: A plugin might have their version number saved as a class constant (good practice!). On your part, your plugin may have been set up to only work if the related plugin has been upgraded to version x. In that case, you may want to check other plugins version number before your plugin interacts with it.
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It's good coding practice to avoid littering the global namespace with your own variables and constants. This is a good way to avoid this.
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It's good coding practice to avoid littering the global namespace with your own variables and constants. This is a good way to avoid this.
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The value must be a constant expression, not (for example) a variable, a property, a result of a mathematical operation, or a function call.
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The value must be a constant expression, not (for example) a variable, a property, a result of a mathematical operation, or a function call.
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It is possible to define constant values on a per-class basis remaining the same and unchangeable. Constants differ from normal variables in that you don't use the $ symbol to declare or use them.
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It is possible to define constant values on a per-class basis remaining the same and unchangeable. Constants differ from normal variables in that you don't use the $ symbol to declare or use them.
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<a href="http://php.net/language.oop5.constants">From PHP.net:</a>
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<a href="http://php.net/language.oop5.constants">From PHP.net:</a>
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See the previous question.
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See the previous question.
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The constants you see are the ones available in the current request. If you define constants in a conditionally included file - for instance you only include the file when on a certain page -, these constants will not be available if the conditions have not been met.
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The constants you see are the ones available in the current request. If you define constants in a conditionally included file - for instance you only include the file when on a certain page -, these constants will not be available if the conditions have not been met.
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