The WP Security Audit Log plugin has the most comprehensive WordPress activity log. In security detail is very important; the more you know the better it is. Though not everyone is interested in knowing all the nitty-gritty details of who did what. Hence why it is possible to disable (and enable back) the logging of specific changes, as explained in this post.
Changing the WordPress activity log level
The WP Security Audit Log plugin has two default log levels you can choose from. Read the default WordPress activity log levels and configuration for more information on what are the differences between the log levels and how you can use them.
Disable specific events from the WordPress activity log level
You can also manually disable any of the WordPress activity log events instead of using one of the default WordPress activity log levels. The complete list of the events the plugin uses to keep a log of all the changes on your WordPress website is in the Enable /Disable Alerts node in the plugin menu.
You can also refer to the list of all the WordPress activity log alerts on the website.
Disabling (excluding) the logging of a change from the WordPress activity log
To disable the logging of a specific change:
- Click on the Enable/Disable Events node in the plugin’s menu,
- Find the event you want to disable (alerts are categorized),
- Untick the tick box next to the alert and click Save Changes.
Enabling the logging of a change in the WordPress activity log
If you have previously disabled the logging of a specific change and you would like to enable it again simple:
- Click on the Enable/Disable Events plugin menu node,
- Find the event you want to enable (alerts are categorized),
- Tick the tick box next to the alert and click Save Changes.