Swedish designer and developer @urre just announced that he has released a card based add-on for Simple History:
Version 2.1 of Simple History is now out. The biggest news in this release is the addition of an Export feature. Now you don’t have to feel that your data is trapped sometwhere deep inside a datbase – just go Settings » Simple History and select the Export-tab. To begin with there is options to […]
The latest update of Simple History contains many fixes and some new filters, but most important it features a new Post Quick Diff feature that will make it even easier for a user of a site to see what updates other users are doing on posts and pages. Try it out and see for yourself!
The upcoming version will ha new feature that I call “Quick Diff” that I hope you will find very useful. A sneak peek:
In the new version of Simple History that was released today you will be able to see where a plugin install or update came from, and what the file name of the uploaded file was. Great for admins that want to have control over their plugin installs and updates! Screenshot of this feature in action:
Simple History 2.0.20 is out! Includes better support for @wpcli + more. Enjoy! http://t.co/cHOqV3au2t #WordPress pic.twitter.com/5cFbm2uNtu — Pär Thernström (@eskapism) February 15, 2015 [comment]Simple History 2.0.20 is out! Includes better support for @wpcli + more. Enjoy! http://simple-history.com/ #WordPress [/comment]
NGG Simple History is the very first 3rd party logger for Simple History. It logs things from NextCellent Gallery. https://t.co/G2JCBB4eia — Pär Thernström (@eskapism) January 31, 2015 [comment]NGG Simple History is the very first 3rd party logger for Simple History. It logs things from NextCellent Gallery.[/comment]
Today Simple History was posted on WPHunt. Give it an upvote if you like it! 😉 Simple History – A plugin that helps you keep an eye of what's going on inside the WordPress admin http://t.co/gArOvjTHuB — WPHunt (@wp_hunt) January 30, 2015
Simple History for WordPress updated with a most wanted change: search is back on dashboard! http://t.co/2aq6l04QAV pic.twitter.com/gTXKF4aAns — Pär Thernström (@eskapism) January 26, 2015 [comment]Simple History for WordPress updated with a most wanted change: search is back on dashboard![/comment]
Thanks to the simple API that ipinfo.io provides, Simple History now displays details of the IP addres belonging to an attacker. Just click the IP number and you will see country and a map where the IP address is located.