Category: DevKit

  • Getting started

    After purchasing DevKit, you will have access to the plugin. You can download the latest version from your Customer Dashboard. Installation To install DevKit, please follow the instructions in the WordPress Plugin Installation Guide. After installing and activating DevKit, you will see a new menu item in the WordPress admin menu called DevKit. DevKit Features…

  • Plugins upload

    Upload area You can drag and drop one or multiple files into the upload area; it works the same regardless of the number of files. Alternatively, if you prefer not to drag and drop, you can click the ‘Upload a File’ button to open your system’s file browser and select a zip file. Activate plugin…

  • Plugins download

    You don’t need FTP Applications anymore. Use dropdown list and select what plugin you want to download and you will get it as .Zip file. Single download Click on the input field, and a dropdown list will be presented. In this list, you will find the names and version numbers of the plugins. You can…

  • Themes upload

    Upload area You can drag and drop one or multiple files into the upload area. it works the same regardless of the number of files. Alternatively, if you prefer not to drag and drop, you can click the ‘Upload a File’ button to open your system’s file browser and select a zip file. Why multiple…

  • Themes download

    You don’t need FTP Applications anymore. Use dropdown list and select what plugin you want to download and you will get it as .Zip file. Single download Click on the input field, and a dropdown list will be presented. In this list, you will find the names and version numbers of the plugins. You can…

  • Reset WordPress installation

    Reset database This will completely clear your database, just like when you first started your WordPress, but without the tedious steps involved in the famous 5-minute setup. There’s no need to fill in the Site title, Username, Password, Email, Database host, or Table Prefix again. We already have this information, so we just simplify it…

  • Server Information

    This feature is located on the System Info page. To assist you in your debugging process, we display basic information about the server and WordPress limitations, giving you a headstart.

  • Debug options

    Hide DevKit plugin A common practice for debugging is to disable all plugins and then enable them one by one. Since the DevKit should not be the issue, we’ve made it invisible in the plugins list. This allows you to perform a bulk disable of other plugins without affecting the DevKit. Enable debug To understand…

  • Error Log

    Reload Error Log Instead of reloading the entire browser, we have added the CTRL (Command) + R shortcut to help you refresh the list. Date and Time To ensure the log is up-to-date, we have added the date and time of the latest update to the log. Error log content By default, the error log…

  • Files Manager

    Files List This tab is always present and cannot be closed, as it is the starting point of the Files Manager feature. Here, you can view all files and folders inside the WordPress root directory. From here, you can open files and folders, create files and folders, and upload ZIP files. Create File and Folder…

  • Database Manager

    With DevKit, you can access a comprehensive database manager without needing to use cPanel or other server management tools. This feature is powered by AdminerEvo, a web-based database management interface designed with an emphasis on security, user experience, performance, functionality, and compactness. AdminerEvo is ready to use with various databases, including MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, SQLite,…

  • Thumbnails Manager

    Remove images by size Not you can remove uploaded images by size to clean up space before backup or to remove images before you remove or unregister image size. This will remove images from “wp-content/uploads/” This will remove a lot manual work with just one click. Once you open Thumbnails tab you will see all…

  • Changelog