Logbook

Description

Once you have installed and activated it, you can check the following activities.

Features

  • Super lightweight and it doesn’t affect site’s performances.
  • It has passed over 100 patterns unit test, you can use it with confidence in the enterprise.
  • Extensible event saving logs, so you can develop own add-ons for collecting it.
  • Saving logs the following activities on WordPress
    • Publish, update or delete published posts.
    • Activate or deactivate plugins or themes.
    • Updating WordPress core, plugins, language files.
    • Users login action
    • Login and posting via XML-RPC
    • PHP errors (On the debug mode, it also save Warning and Notice)
  • WP-CLI command ready.

Detail of saving logs

  • WordPress
    • Core updates
    • Plugin/Theme updates
    • Language updates
  • Post/Page/Attachment
    • Created
    • Updated
    • Deleted
  • Plugin
    • Activated
    • Deactivated
  • Theme
    • Switched
  • User
    • Logged in
  • XML-RPC
    • Authenticated
    • Created
    • Updated
    • Deleted
  • PHP
    • Errors
    • Warnings (WP_DEBUG only)
    • Notices (WP_DEBUG only)

WP-CLI

Get a list of logs.

$ wp log list

Get a list of specific level of logs.

$ wp list --level=error

Issues

https://github.com/tarosky/logbook

Screenshots

  • List of logs.
  • Diff of post.
  • Error of plugin.

Installation

  1. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

Reviews

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Contributors & Developers

“Logbook” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.0

  • The first release.