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WP-Logs

Custom event logging for WordPress developers.

  • Upload files to your site's plugin directory
  • Activate WP-Logs in the admin panel
  • Add EventLog line to your theme/plugin code

EventLog()

The EventLog call should resemble this:

$EventLog = new EventLog(array( 'event' => 'Login Successful', 'text' => var_export($_REQUEST,1) ));

The only required parameter is 'event'; 'text' can be any value(s) you want.

Google Analytics Integration

To have your events posted to Google Analytics, add your UA code to line 25 of analytics_events.php. If you are using Yoast's Google Analytics plugin, you can skip this step as WP-Logs will pull your UA information from the database.

Notifo Integration

WP-Logs integrates with Notifo to make it easy to receive notices of events in realtime to either your phone or desktop. The WP-Notifo plugin is required to use this functionality.

To use it, setup and configure WP-Notifo with your Notifo API keys. Then add a 'notifo' line to your EventLog call, e.g.:

$EventLog = new EventLog(array(
    'event' => 'New post',
    'text' => 'A user created a new post',
    'notifo' => 1
));

The last line tells WP-Logs to send this event to Notifo.

Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.0.5
Last Updated: 2010-11-2
Downloads: 2,181

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