This week WP Activity Log is celebrating a significant milestone – 200,000 active installs on some of the most amazing WordPress websites all around the world. The journey here has been challenging and fun, through which we have grown from being a one-man team with an idea and a purpose to a fully-fledged team with a portfolio of plugins behind our belt.
WP Activity Log Milestone – 200,000 installs
Inactive Users on WordPress
Once upon a time, they were active on your site, adding comments or buying products. Now, they’re nowhere to be found, clogging up your stats and creating a security risk. What’s the solution to this problem of inactive WordPress users? Is there some sort of logout plugin that gives them an auto logout? Can you send them a warning message with a countdown to kicking them out?
In this blog post for beginners, we define inactive WordPress users, explain the website application security risks and business implications, and suggest proactive measures you can take to eliminate some risks, reduce others and mitigate the potential harm to your organization.
Announcing WP Activity Log 4.4.3
A few days ago, we released updates for all WP Activity Log extensions in anticipation of a major WP Activity Log update coming our way. Today marks the release of the highly-anticipated update, and it’s packing a serious punch that increases the efficiency and user experience of WP Activity Log by leaps and bounds.
Black Friday offer on WP Activity Log 2022
WP Activity Log is the most comprehensive user and system activity log plugin available on the market. It supports several 3rd party plugins such as WooCommerce, Yoast and many others and also features integrations with Log Management Systems, Slack, and many others.
How to Conduct an Activity Log Analysis
What is an activity log analysis, why and how should you conduct one, and what tools can help you? This blog post answers these questions, and gives guidance on what to look out for in an activity log analysis, as well as providing best practice tips, and a tool recommendation.
New versions for all WP Activity Log extensions
The WP White Security Team has been hard at work preparing the next release of WP Activity Log. With many exciting changes in the pipeline, we can’t wait to unveil what we have been working on since the last update. Before we do, however, we had to undertake some housekeeping.
Hot off the developers’ desk: MemberPress Activity Log extension is now available
WP Activity Log is well known for its ever-expanding list of activities it can track and log. Thanks to plugin extensions, it also supports third-party plugins such as WooCommerce. These extensions have been a great success, extending the functionality of WP Activity Log to include some of the most popular plugins on the market. Today, we are proud to announce the 13th addition to the extension library – The WP Activity Log MemberPress extension.
How to add additional WooCommerce product metadata to the WordPress activity log
Those looking to extend this functionality to fit niche use cases or integrate custom processes can also make use of the plugin’s hooks. These hooks allow WP Activity Log to extend its functionality beyond what’s included in the box. Hooks can be used to keep track of virtually any change on your WordPress website. One notable example is WooCommerce users, who may need to track additional events and details related to their store.
Announcing WP Activity Log 4.4.2
We are thrilled to introduce the most recent WP Activity Log release. This version, which is already available, has several UX and functional upgrades for greater stability and performance in a variety of situations.
How to access the activity logs when you can’t login to WordPress
Not being able to log in to WordPress is perhaps one of the more frustrating issues – after all, how do you even start to troubleshoot if you can’t even log in? Fortunately, there are ways and means to start the troubleshooting process without ever logging into WordPress.