The plugin helps you to track any visitor’s login details with the following attributes:
- Login – Login Date-Time
- Logout – Logout Date-Time
- Last Seen – Last Seen Date-Time
- Login Status – Logged in/Logged out/Failed/Blocked
- Online Status – Online/Offline/Idle
- Session Duration – How long the user stayed on your website per session.
- User ID
- Current Role
- Old Role – The role while user gets logged in into your website.
- Operating System
- IP Address
- Country Name and Country Code (Based on IP Address)
- Timezone (Based on IP Address)
Some More Useful Features
- Preferable Timezone (Depreciated since 2.0.0) – You can select your preferred timezone to be used for the listing table.
- Shortcode – The plugin comes with a customizable shortcode that you can use in your template or content to view the login history of current logged in user only.
- Multisite Network – On the network admin area, you can see the listing table which shows all the records fetched from all the blogs of the current network.
- Advanced Search Filter
- CSV Export
- Ultimate Member
- Theme My Login
- Admin Custom Login
- Login No Captcha reCAPTCHA
- Force Login
- WPS Hide Login
Currently, this plugin is available in the following two languages i.e.
You can download the language files from here.
Do you want to translate this plugin to another language?
I recommend using POEdit or if you prefer to do it straight from the WordPress admin interface use Loco Translate.
When you’re done, post your file on this issue.
You can also translate the plugin online.
How to use the plugin?
To see all the tracked records in admin, click on the plugin menu shown in the left sidebar.
To see all the tracked records of current logged in users in frontend, use the following shortcode:
Basic Usage of Shortcode:
In your template file:
<?php echo do_shortcode('[user_login_history]'); ?>
In your content:
Advanced Usage of Shortcode:
In your template file:
<?php echo do_shortcode("[user_login_history limit='20' reset_link='custom-uri' columns='ip_address,time_login' date_format='Y-m-d' time_format='H:i:s']"); ?>
In your content:
[user_login_history limit='20' reset_link='custom-uri' columns='ip_address,time_login' date_format='Y-m-d' time_format='H:i:s']
Here is the list of all the parameters that you can use in the shortcode. All the parameters are optional.
title – Title of the listing table. Default is: empty string
limit – Number of records per page. Default is: 20
reset_link – Custom URI of the listing page. For the input “my-login-history”, it will render a reset link with the following URL:
Default is the full permalink of the current post or page.
date_format – A valid date format. Default is:
time_format – A valid time format. Default is:
show_timezone_selector – Whether you want to show timezone selector or not. Any value other than “true” will be treated as “false”. Default is:
columns – List of column keys used to render columns on the listing table. Default keys are:
operating_system, browser, time_login, time_logout
Available Column Keys:
user_id, username, role, old_role, ip_address, country_name, browser, operating_system, timezone, user_agent, duration, time_last_seen, time_login, time_logout, login_status
The plugin uses a free third party service to detect country and timezone based on IP address. Many projects are using this free service due to which sometimes the server of the service provider becomes slow. This may affect the login functionality of your website. Hence it is recommended that you do not enable this functionallity unless you have paid service or reliable service. If you have a paid service, you can contact us to integrate it.
Logged in – If user gets logged in successfully.
Logged out – If user clicks on logout button and gets logged out successfully.
Failed – If user enters invalid credentials.
Blocked – This is used for multisite network. By default, a user can login to any blog and then wordpress redirects to the blog on which the user is associated. The plugin saves login info at the blog on which the user logged in but cannot not save the information of the blog on which wordpress redirects the user. You can prevent this behavior by using the plugin setting.
Unknown – Since we have added a new column “Login Status” in the version 1.7.0, its value will be empty in the database table after upgrading to 1.7.0. To filter such records, you can use this status.
Note – In case, a user logs in with “Remember Me” and then closes his browser without doing logout, it will show the login status as “Logged in”.
If you find any bug, please create a topic with a step by step description to reproduce the bug.
Please search the forum before creating a new topic.
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- Upload the plugin files to the
/wp-content/plugins/user-login-historydirectory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress.
- (Optional) Use the Settings->User Login History screen to configure the plugin.