Make a copy of your site's database and files, and then upload a special script via FTP to any server and easily move all of your site's contents in minutes.
View all of the cron events in a manageable list, and run them immediately, or set up your own custom cron events based on existing WordPress hooks or customizable PHP code.
Add custom CSS classes to WordPress using a simple text box in the admin panel, injected into every page on your site. CSS is added for optimal performance.
Search your WordPress install for a string of text or a block of HTML and replace it with whatever you want. Support for Regular Expressions.
Access settings in the WordPress admin and add a single or a range of IP addresses, and chose what page to send users to if they are blocked from view.
Get a running list of MySQL queries on each page using a link in your admin bar. Groups queries together by different parameters and troubleshoot performance issues and errors.
Get information about your WordPress install, with additional information about your server and browser, including detailed info about PHP configuration and WP Config info.
Associate posts with media attachments and metadata, then output this data in your theme files using an extensive API with several functions and a custom Loop.
A perfect companion to Theme Check, find some common errors that plagues theme development, and easily find where in your theme file the problem is located so you can make it a quick fix. Check any theme installed on WordPress.
Check for broken links in your site, and list them all in one place. Make quick checks and fixes, and specify exactly where on your WordPress install to check and how often.
Use custom PHP or WordPress' built-in conditional tags in order to add logic to any widget in the admin screen. Code can be entered in a provided text box, and is automatically paired to the corresponding widget.