Admin Log 1.0 – New WordPress Plugin!

Just another quick update (I must be on a roll today!). We have released version 1.0 of our Admin Log WordPress Plugin that keeps track of pages accessed in the admin area. It also logs who accessed them, and at what time (useful if multiple people have access to your blog and you want to know who is up to what).

See our Admin Log page for more information, or go to our Admin Log Plugin page on the WordPress Plugin directory.

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  3. Rodrigo Tschope says:

    Hi, this plugin is very useful, but in my server have a little problem.

    If Igo to logout. This messege happens:

    Warning: fopen() [function.fopen]: open_basedir restriction in effect. File(../wp-content/plugins/admin-log/admin_log.txt) is not within the allowed path(s): (/home/httpd/vhosts/canalcompresidentetenda.com.br/httpdocs:/tmp) in /home/httpd/vhosts/canalcompresidentetenda.com.br/httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/admin-log/admin-log.php on line 83

    I check the permissions and all folders have CHMOD 777.

    What happens?! and.. thanks any way

  4. David says:

    Hmm, I am really not sure from the information provided what could be the exact cause here. Perhaps it is some server settings above simple file/folder permissions.

    Things you can check are:

    1. Check the version of PHP your server is running, we use PHP 5 and above for our Plugins.
    2. Also check your version of WordPress, is it 2.7.
    3. You may also want to disable any other Plugins and revert to the default theme to see if this fixes the problem. The Plugin has been developed on the latest version of WordPress with the default theme and no other Plugins running. So I can only guarantee that it should run ok in this environment (as long as your server is running PHP 5).

    Hope this helps. Let me know how you get on.

    Best wishes,

    David

  5. jony says:

    it is a good news!

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