How Do I Find the Console Log in WordPress?

A console log is a valuable tool for debugging problems with WordPress. To find the console log in WordPress, follow these steps:

1. Click the WordPress Dashboard link in the upper right corner of your screen.

2. In the WordPress Dashboard screen, click the Settings link.

3. In the Settings screen, click the General link.

4. In the General screen, under the Logging heading, click the Console Logs link.

5. The Console Logs screen displays all the logged messages in WordPress.

To view the console log for a specific plugin or theme, click the name of the plugin or theme in the list on the left side of the screen.

6. To view the console log for all plugins and themes, click the All link at the top of the Console Logs screen.

7. To save the console log to your computer, click the Save link.

8. To print the console log, click the Print link.

9. To export the console log to a text file, click the Export link.

10. To close the Console Logs screen, click the Close link.

The output from the console log can help you troubleshoot WordPress problems. For example, you can use the information in the console log to find out the name of the plugin or theme that is causing the problem.

You can also use the console log to find out the source of a problem.