Bug Library | Yannick Lefebvre | bug

Bug Library | Yannick Lefebvre | bug,enhancement,issue,manager,tracker


This plugin provides an easy way to incorporate a bug/enhancement tracking system to a WordPress site. By adding a shortcode to a page, users will be able to display a bug list and allow visitors to submit new bugs / enhancements. The plugin will also provide search and sorting capabilities. A captcha and approval mechanism will allow the site admin to avoid spam.


  1. Download the plugin
  2. Upload the extracted folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  3. Activate the plugin in the WordPress Admin
  4. To get a basic Bug Library list showing on one of your WordPress pages, create a new page and type the following text: [bug-library]

There are a number of optional arguments that can be specified with the shortcode. Here they are with examples for each:

[bug-library bugcategorylist=’3,4,5′] = List of bug categories to display
[bug-library bugtypeid=’4′] = List of bugs from a specific category
[bug-library bugstatusid=’5′] = List of bugs that have a specific status
[bug-library bugpriorityid=’6′] = List of bugs that have a specific priority

These shortcode options can be combined:

[bug-library bugcategorylist=’3,4,5′ bugtypeid=’4′ bugstatusid=’5′ bugpriorityid=’6′]

  1. Configure the Bug Library General Options section for more control over the plugin functionality.
  2. Copy the file single-bug-library-bugs.php from the bug-library plugin directory to your theme directory to display all information related to your bugs. You might have to edit this file a bit and compare it to single.php to get the proper layout to show up on your web site.

Plugin author

Yannick Lefebvre

Plugin official website address

If you encounter problems in using the Bug Library plugin, you can comment below, and I will try my best to help you solve the problem

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