WordPress Suite is an ever expanding suite of WordPress tools, accessible right from atom's interface!
Atom Package: https://atom.io/packages/WordPress-suite
apm install WordPress-suite
Or Preferences ➔ Install ➔ Search for
If you're working in a specific theme or plugin, this shortcut adds the main WordPress root folder to the sidebar.
Using atoms built in file watching, each WordPress site added to the TreeView will automatically be watched by atom.
Notifications will automatically pop up for any changes in the debug log.
When a notification pops up you have the option to open or clear the debug log with just a push of a button! Clearing it will also hide all notifications currently related to that project.
suppress or resume any notifications of changes to the debug log on the current WordPress project.
show all the most recent notifications that were closed since the last time the debug log was cleared or clear the debug log, and remove any notifications related to the current WordPress project.
If there is a reoccurring notification that you would like to mute, when it pops up, click the mute button in the bottom right to no longer see messages with this exact text.
show or clear all the notifications that have been muted within the project
In the event that WordPress prints an error and references where the error occurred, the path to the file will automatically be converted into a quick link to open the file in the editor directly to the specified line.
If WP-CLI is installed locally, additional context menu items will be available to manage and manipulate your WordPress projects.
When right clicking a WordPress project in the sidebar, you'll have a "WordPress Suite" dropdown which has lots of useful features including:
Site Setup Defaults Including:
For release notes and version history, view the change log.
For any issues, additions or bugs, feel free to open an issue and include stack trace if applicable!
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