Support » Plugin: WP Activity Log » Is there a way to track which pages were opened on my site?

  • Resolved zer0sn0t

    (@zer0sn0t)


    I’m not talking about wordpress “posts” for which “viewed” logs appear fine in WP Activity Log.

    I want to log the other pages as well on my site that the user opened (the non-posts pages). How can I achieve this?

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  • Plugin Contributor robertabela

    (@robert681)

    Hello @zer0sn0t

    Thank you very much for using WP Activity Log.

    The plugin should keep a log when logged in users open any type of page, regardless of the custom post type. If it is not, then there might be a problem. Can you please give us more details so we can troubleshoot the issue?

    For example, what type of page is it and how is the page created and viewed?

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thread Starter zer0sn0t

    (@zer0sn0t)

    Hi @robert681 ,

    Thank you for replying! The page in question is a normal wordpress page which contains an embedded form (Ninja forms). The page was created via WordPress > Pages and a Ninja form shortcode was added to it. It’s been set that way for more than a year and is functioning normally.

    I tried viewing this page as an admin and WPActivityLog successfully logged this as a “viewed” event log.

    However, my statcounter shows that this page has 2 other hits (besides my own) in the last week. I tried browsing through the logs for the last 10 days and cannot find any other logs present other than my own.

    Plugin Contributor robertabela

    (@robert681)

    Thank you for the details @zer0sn0t

    Is the page also accessible via the front-end, i.e. by website visitors (non-logged in users)?

    Could it be that the counter is keeping a log of such visits as well?

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thread Starter zer0sn0t

    (@zer0sn0t)

    @robert681 Well, the page can be accessed via front-end visitors but there’s no direct URL for it.

    Ah, I get your point! 🙂

    Then the reason that it is not present in the logs is because no logged-in user visited that page. It was a non-registered user. That’s perfect then!

    Thanks for the pro-active and fantastic support! 🙂

    Plugin Contributor robertabela

    (@robert681)

    I am glad this detail has been clarified @zer0sn0t and thank you for using the plugin.

    Should you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Can you please spare a minute to rate our plugin? These ratings really help us and the plugin.

    Thank you very much and have a great day.

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