Loggfy Connect


Test your website’s availability, get alerted when your site is down. We monitor your website 24 hours from different locations of the world.

We check your website URLs in multi-locations with multi-functional test and notify you when your website is down or your feed has broken links.

After installing Loggfy plugin to your site, create an account at our website After creating your account login to Loggfy Panel and browse to Service page.
From the Service page, add your website to Monitoring service. Visit account page and regenerate your API key to use the first time. Enter your API Token to the plugin settings page in your WordPress site. 48 hours later your first reports will be seen in your WordPress and start monitoring your WordPress.


If you need any help with Loggfy, we will be happy to help. Write your queries in the support section, or mail us at support@loggfy.com. Do not hesitate to recommend any new feature.

Minimum Requirements

  • PHP version 5.4 or greater (PHP 7.2 or greater is recommended)

Automatic installation

When you activate the plugin, it creates a setting page in your WordPress and a report page on the left side menu. After activating the plugin, do not forget to open an account at Loggfy Panel and enter your API Key to your WordPress.

Manual installation

Upload all the files inside the plugin directory. Later activate the plugin. After activating the plugin,
from WordPress settings page, click the Loggfy menu and enter your API KEY. To retrieve your API Key, please visit our website and open an account and add your website to Monitoring Service.



Where will data be stored?

All data and reports are in your own server. Our main monitoring services located in different cities and countries. But our main database hosted in the United Kingdom.

Is Loggfy free?

Loggfy is free for 15 days, after 15 days you need to pay for it

Contributors & Developers

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

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Interested in development?

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



  • First beta version for public test.