The following PHP constants can be defined in your
wp-config.php file in order to control the behaviour of Query Monitor:
Enable dark mode for Query Monitor’s interface.
If an individual database query takes longer than this time to execute, it’s considered “slow” and triggers a warning.
Disable Query Monitor entirely.
Disable the handling of PHP errors.
Enable the Capability Checks panel.
Hide WordPress core on the Hooks & Actions panel.
Hide Query Monitor itself from various panels. Set to false if you want to see how Query Monitor hooks into WordPress.
Don’t specify jQuery as a dependency of Query Monitor. If jQuery isn’t enqueued then Query Monitor will still operate, but with some reduced functionality.
In the Hooks & Actions panel, show every hook that has an action or filter attached (instead of every action hook that fired during the request).
wp-content/db.php file symlink to be put into place during activation. Set to false to prevent the symlink creation.
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