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  1. Brad Dalton

    What would be the most common uses for this plugin?

    I think it would be good if you could change the db settings before migration and enable security features using this plugin

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  3. David Gwyer

    It will probably only appeal to developers. I wanted a quick way to turn on/off WP_DEBUG in particular.

    Sometimes if I wanted to do a screen shot or video it was annoying to have every debug message shown from Plugins you have no control over. This Plugin gives you a super quick way to just toggle WP_DEBUG on/off.

    I don’t think I want to touch any db settings and make them editable in the admin. I could foresee a deluge of panicked support questions from people who have broken their site! That’s something I really don’t want to get into.

    What security features would you want to see controlled via the Plugin?

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  4. Brad Dalton

    Thought it might help beginners set the Authentication Unique Keys and Salts rather than having to access the config file directly.

    I don’t think many use these.

    Seems that one of the biggest errors when installing WordPress manually is the database connection errors.

    Just a thought and thanks for the reply David.

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  5. Tushar

    Is there any method by which h@ckers can modify my wo-config.php file? I am asking because for my website my wp-config.php files gets modifies automatically I came to know this by reading the last modified date in the control panel(File manager).

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