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apply_filters( 'debug_information', $info )
  • (array) $args { The debug information to be added to the core information page. This is an associative multi-dimensional array, up to three levels deep. The topmost array holds the sections. Each section has a `$fields` associative array (see below), and each `$value` in `$fields` can be another associative array of name/value pairs when there is more structured data to display. @type string $label The title for this section of the debug output. @type string $description Optional. A description for your information section which may contain basic HTML markup, inline tags only as it is outputted in a paragraph. @type boolean $show_count Optional. If set to `true` the amount of fields will be included in the title for this section. @type boolean $private Optional. If set to `true` the section and all associated fields will be excluded from the copied data. @type array $fields { An associative array containing the data to be displayed. @type string $label The label for this piece of information. @type string $value The output that is displayed for this field. Text should be translated. Can be an associative array that is displayed as name/value pairs. @type string $debug Optional. The output that is used for this field when the user copies the data. It should be more concise and not translated. If not set, the content of `$value` is used. Note that the array keys are used as labels for the copied data. @type boolean $private Optional. If set to `true` the field will not be included in the copied data allowing you to show, for example, API keys here. } }
    Required: Yes
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Add or modify the debug information.

Plugin or themes may wish to introduce their own debug information without creating additional admin pages they can utilize this filter to introduce their own sections or add more data to existing sections.

Array keys for sections added by core are all prefixed with wp-, plugins and themes should use their own slug as a prefix, both for consistency as well as avoiding key collisions. Note that the array keys are used as labels for the copied data.

All strings are expected to be plain text except $description that can contain inline HTML tags (see below).


$info = apply_filters( 'debug_information', $info );