londrum - 11:08 am on Sep 14, 2013 (gmt 0)
I recently went through my site with a fine tooth comb, looking for every little error and pixel out of place, and noticed that i've got about a bazillion PHP warnings coming up.
these are not proper errors -- the pages all work perfectly fine. they are just little warnings like "this variable hasn't been declared before using it" and stuff like that -- lazy coding.
in an ideal world i would fix all of them. but a) i would rather spend the time writing content, and b) i'm too lazy! i figure that they aren't actual errors, and don't affect the site, so there's no harm in leaving them.
but i'm wondering... what is the point of PHP warnings? what do you actually gain in fixing them? do you save a little bit of memory? does the page load a few nanoseconds quicker? is it worth my time fixing them?