Ever found yourself in the situation where you updated a series of plugins with no apparent issue, only to find out a few days later that something went terribly wrong… But what? Which plugins did i upgrade? Until now, you had to rely on your own note taking or memory.
This plugin keeps track of all changes made to your wordpress structure: core, network, plugins and options, for now. Themes will come soon.
Since version 2.0.0, the log can be exported as .csv.
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Nothing special. Activate the plugin and you’re done.
Special thanks to toscho for putting me on the right tracks
Thanks also to:
– This plugin template : http://soderlind.no/archives/2010/03/04/wordpress-plugin-template/
– the jquery plugin: dataTables _ http://datatables.net/
Long live open source, Heil to the helpful souls!
- Extract the zip file
- Drop the contents in the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation
- Activate the Plugin from Plugins page.
- Go to Settings > WP Changes Tracker to view the log.
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Registo de alterações
- fixed a typo provoquing a js error.
- remove reference to external datatables.js and instead have it served locally.
- as the log can be huge, added a few ini_set() to increase the chance that downloading the log does not fail 500.
- Added the possibility to download your log file as .csv (experimental)
- Added an option to completely erase the log (You get a warning beforehand).
- Reduced the amount of log items shown by default (see this thread for context.)
- From now on, user will be able to choose if the log should keep a trace of an option ‘s value before it was changed. If active, the log will be much heavier but will contain all details useful for tracing down a problem. Defaulted to false.
- Fixed a basic implementation of the plugin in Multisites mode. (Only available to network admin for now)
- Started adding a lot Core and Network (multisite) event logging.
- Improved logging info: now showing what value(s) changed using array_diff
- dataTables script finetuning
- Fixed the DataTables option from only working after manual refresh.
Initial release. Tracks plugins and option changes.
Dashboard widget available.