In this post, I present the Simple History plugin, which you can use to log and monitor user activities and WordPress events. The plugin creates logs with all important changes in your WordPress installation.
By default, WordPress assigns a single author to each post. Multiple authors are not possible. With the Co-Authors Plus plugin, additional authors can be added for WordPress articles and displayed in the theme.
With the Google Authenticator plugin you can quickly and easily add two-factor authentication for the WordPress login form. By better protecting your account against attackers, you increase the security of your WordPress website.
The User Menus Plugin gives you additional menu options that allow more precise control over the visibility of your menu links. You can use it to easily create menu links that are only visible to logged-in users or that require certain user roles such as administrator.
The constant logging out and logging in between different user accounts can quickly become annoying when testing WordPress websites. The remedy is the User Switching Plugin, which enables a direct switch between different user accounts.
Many WordPress installations are no longer only used for blogs, but for complex web offers such as online shops, membership pages or communities with bbPress forum. With the ThemeMyLogin plugin you can create a login form in the frontend for this type of website.