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Inspector Plugin


You can stay informed for potentially broken plugins or themes. Removing broken plugins is a big win in maintaining a high performance WordPress site.

Inspector allows you to find out application drawback before they affect your users. It send you real-time alerts with complete diagnosis if something goes wrong in your website and keep your WordPress under monitoring 24/7 so you are free to focus on grow your business avoiding tedious manual checks that your website is working properly.

Sometimes could be a slow plugin or a page with broken address. You will be able to know what’s impacting your customer journey and anticipate their needs in real time, 24/7.

How it works

Inspector collect execution information when users navigate your WordPress website and send this data to your Inspector account to be analyzed. It make this job silently because it starts to transfer data after your website
was rendered in the user’s browser.

It is simple, you just need to install this plugin. And safe because it is completely transparent for your users.


  • Events Timeline for every web request.


  1. Unpack the download-package.
  2. Upload the file to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  3. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
  4. Insert your project api key.
  5. Done and Ready.


Can I use Inspector for free?
  • Yes you do. Inspector provide a free account for one website.


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  • Segment timeline per wordpress components


  • Post data using wordpress http api


  • First Stable release