[wp-hackers] WP_DEBUG TRUE

Otto otto at ottodestruct.com
Fri Apr 17 12:34:51 UTC 2015

Setting WP_DEBUG to true will enable the PHP display_errors setting
is also true).

However, setting WP_DEBUG to false will not disable the existing default
PHP display_errors setting, which is usually obtained from the php.ini file.

So, turn off display_errors on your hosting system. Most hosts have it on
by default.

For the logic involved: See the wp_debug_mode() function.


On Fri, Apr 17, 2015 at 7:25 AM, Haluk Karamete <halukkaramete at gmail.com>

> Even though this constant and all of its brothers (WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY etc.. )
> is set to FALSE at the wp-config, I'm getting a PHP notice on the admin
> dashboard - from one of the plugins installed.
> Notice: Undefined variable: img_width in
> ...\wp-content\plugins\xxxxx\functions\xxxx.php on line 81
> Obviously, there is some poor coding on that plugin author's code (which I
> masked above )/ However, that's a different point. ( I will contact him to
> fix that error. )
> My question is..
> Why is it that while the WP_DEBUG gang is set to FALSE at the config, I
> still get a PHP notice on the dashboard?
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