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[Resolved] track longins too? :-)

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  • Tracking logins is a much bigger job than just displaying the IP when they register.

    There are other plugins that track those actions, though.

    Hey Mika. Hmmm… agreed.
    which plugin would you recommend? I’ve only found 1 and it’s not playing well with multisite… creating a table of logins for EACH blog in the multisite…

    Thanks!
    Dan

    This one tracks logins: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/simple-login-log/

    But … realistically this would track logins per blog per site on a network, since the data is per-site anyway.

    yep, this is the only one I found too… and that’s my concern with it…
    if someone logs into his blog at the homepage multisite level, he gets logged in the “main log table”… but if he logs in to his blog at the sub-site level, he gets logged there. that makes no sense… users are created at the top level in wordpress, so would make sense for logins to be logged at top level as well… not to mention the problem of creating hundreds of extra tables to log stuff that would work just fine in one central table. 🙂
    Are there any others you’re familiar with?
    Thanks!
    Dan

    It’s not ‘hundreds’ unless you have hundreds of blogs.

    Honestly I’ve never used one. Recording who logs in was never an issue for me, since people switch IPs a lot. I just wanted to find serial sock puppets 😉

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/audit-trail/ is the other one I know about, but past that, you’d have to see about forking one and making your own.

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