The Debug Toolbar is designed to introduce as little overhead as possible in the rendering of pages.
However, depending on your project, the overhead may become noticeable. In extreme cases, it can make development impractical.
The SQL panel may be the culprit if your view performs many SQL queries. You should attempt to minimize the number of SQL queries, but this isn’t always possible, for instance if you’re using PrestaShop and have disabled caching for development. You can disable problematic panels temporarily by deselecting the checkbox in the debug module configuration page.Read more
The PrestaShop Debug Toolbar uses override to gather data while PrestaShop handles a request.
If some override already exists for the same class on your store, they may not be installed by the PrestaShop debug tool bar.
In that case, the corresponding panel is not dispayed. Check the override’s installation in the debug module configuration page.Read more
The Debug Toolbar is only displayed when debug is activated with the token. It will also only de displayed if your IP is in the authorized IP list when « Use authorized IP » is enabled. Go to the Module Configuration page, check the authorized IP parameters and use the "Activate PrestaShop debug toolbar" button on the left of the page.Read more
We are excited to announce the availability of PrestaShop debug module, the ultimate debugging and productivity solution for real-time visibility into PrestaShop applications.
PrestaShop debug Toolbar offers unprecedented, in-context visibility inside PrestaShop store, showing exactly what happens when constructing each page.
It empowers developers and integrators to detect and fix issues earlier, and ultimately, deliver quality applications.