In the support forum for Simple History some people have raised issues about the Simple History database tables are growing large. (For example this thread and this thread. The reason for this is that Simple History is really good at logging things. So if your WordPress blog is getting a really big amount of brute […]
With version 2.5 or Simple History the creation, modification, and deletion of taxonomies are now logged. This includes terms, categories and post tags.
For a long time the stats-section of this plugins page over at wordpress.org have felt like it was “stuck”. Always showing “20.000 active installs”… Today however, it did finally update – to 30.000 active installs!
Version 2.4 of Simple History brings a wanted addition to the event log: when hovering the time of an event the tooltip now displays both the local time and the GMT time of the event. This change makes it easier for admins in different timezones that work together on a site to understand when each […]
With the latest release of Simple History you can see how many new events there is in the log, just by having a browser tab with the history opened in the background.
Many WordPress sites gets lots and lots of login attempts from hackers. You may not even be aware of this – until you install a plugin like Simple History that logs security related events like logins and login attempts. Suddenly your log is full of failed login attempts. Just during a day you can get […]
Good news everyone! Simple History now has basic support for logging events from some third party WordPress plugins. First out is the User Switching plugin and the Enable Media Replace plugin.
Yesterday the WordPress team announced that WordPress version 4.3 was available. It’s a great update and personally I mostly look forward to start using Formatting Shortcuts and Site Icons. Oh, and Simple History should work just fine with this new version.
[comment] todo: – screenshot of the log in action [/comment] As a developer you can extend Simple History in many ways. In this tutorial you will learn how to create a simple Logger that will log all usage of the WordPress wp_mail-function. When you have created the logger you will be able to see when […]
Screenshot that shows a RSS feed from Simple History in the web based Feedbin RSS reader RSS is a XML-based file format used to publish frequently updated information. Wikipedia explains the benefits: RSS feeds benefit users who want to receive timely updates from favorite websites or to aggregate data from many sites. Subscribing to a […]