This plugin allows you to view the full Bad Behaviour logs from within WordPress.
It adds a couple of menu pages BBLR Options and BB Log Reader into the Options menu bar from where you can access the relevant functionality.
Project URL : http://www.misthaven.org.uk/blog/projects/bblogreader/
Version 1.3 now allows the viewing of the log without the warnings, and (I think) should localise the times.
This plugin was originally developed by a chap called Simon Elvery on an old version of WP and BB and then
updated by Jonathan Murray (http://jonathanmurray.com/wordpress/2006/07/08/wordpress-plugins/#more-893) to work with newer versions. That was a while ago. Since then I started to use WordPress (well, this weekend actually), installed Bad Behaviour, and thought “I really need to be able to see these logs without using phpmyadmin”. I then decided to write a plugin that would do that, but did a bit of hunting around first and these guys’ plugins were what I found, so I expanded on them, and this is the result.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Optionally set a “number of log entries per page” value in the Options -> BBLR Options menu.
What version of Bad Behaviour does this work with?
I have tested it with version 2.0.10 + 2.0.16 — It would work with any other version of Bad Behaviour that uses
the same database table structure.
What’s the point?
It lets you view the logs that Bad Behaviour keeps for you without you having to leave WordPress
and examine your mysql database. Handy if you don’t know SQL or don’t want to leave the WordPress area.
What you choose to do with that information, is, of course, pretty much up to you.
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V1.0 Initial Release
v1.1 Moved main plugin page under Plugins in menu structure
Added link from activity box.
v1.3 Included checkbox for filtering out warnings
Localisation of time values.