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.
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.
WP Activity Log comes jam-packed with many great features, including mirroring logs to a Log Management System. Log Management Systems benefit owners and administrators managing multiple WordPress websites and complex environments.
One can very easily argue that for any WordPress website to be successful, it must deliver on three things – value, security, and experience. These three tenets are foundational blocks that any WordPress owner undoubtedly works on. Without either, a website is sure to meet its demise sooner or later. However, value, security, and user […]
Logs have a reputation for being something that only someone with multiple computer degrees can read and use. While this may have been true in the past, developments in technology and usability have made logs an invaluable tool that anyone can use. From improving security and management of applications such as WordPress to increasing accountability […]
WooCommerce-powered websites are hubs of activity where even a small, innocuous change can severely impact your business. Hence, it is crucial to keep a log of the changes you and your team make to the store, products, orders, and other essential variables that make your web store work. Keeping logs can help you improve user […]
Many WordPress website owners tend to be wary of installing any plugin that might affect the performance of their website. After all, a slow website can negatively affect visitor experience and SEO, among other things. Looking at the WordPress Activity Log plugin and whether it impacts performance, the short answer is that the plugin does […]
One of the most common methods that hackers use to gain access to a WordPress site is a brute force attack. The best defense against such attacks is to keep a record of failed logins so you can limit them. This article explains how the WP Activity Log plugin keeps a log of failed logins, […]
Today, we’re excited to launch our new WP Activity Log short video series. Its main focus is to provide step-by-step video tutorials and insights about the WordPress activity log by highlighting the features of the plugin and how to use them based on your needs. In this series, we’ll cover topics ranging from how to […]
Most site owners are well-aware of the impact of both good and bad Search Engine Optimization (SEO). As such, monitoring how SEO affects your site is vital. In fact, there’s a simple way to keep a log of Yoast SEO changes across your entire site. We develop an activity log extension with which you can […]