WordPress

Monitor WordPress with the Monitor.chat WordPress plugin!

Download the Monitor.chat  WordPress plugin!

Our WordPress plugin will get you up and running with Monitor.chat in minutes. The plugin offers 29 ways to stay informed about your server in real time.

If you enable every possible notification, you will see all of these tabs.

To get started with the Monitor.chat plugin, begin with the API Key tab.

Features of the Monitor.chat WordPress Plugin

  • Login: Receive an instant message when someone logs in to your WordPress website.
  • Logout: Receive an instant message when someone logs out of your WordPress website.
  • Fail: Receive an instant message when someone attempts to login but fails.
  • Register: Receive an instant message when someone registers as a new user.
  • Profile: Receive an instant message when someone updates his profile.
  • Post: Receive an instant message when someone publishes a post.
  • Pending: Receive an instant message when someone creates a post that is pending approval.
  • Future: Receive an instant message when someone creates a post that is scheduled to be published.
  • Page: Receive an instant message when someone publishes a page.
  • Term: Receive an instant message when someone creates a new term. A term is an item in a taxonomy, such as a category or tag.
  • Comment: Receive an instant message when someone comments on a post.
  • Upload: Receive an instant message when someone uploads a media file or attachment.
  • Updated: Receive an instant message when any WordPress software element is updated.
  • Heartbeat: Receive instant messages at regular intervals.
  • Core: Receive instant messages informing you whether WordPress Core software is up to date.
  • Plugins: Receive instant messages informing you whether your plugins are up to date.
  • Themes: Receive instant messages informing you whether your themes are up to date.
  • Space: Receive instant messages informing you of available space on the file system of your WordPress server. (Requires Unix or Linux OS)
  • Memory: Receive instant messages informing you of memory usage on your WordPress server. (Requires Unix or Linux OS)
  • Spam: Receive an instant message when Akismet catches spam. (requires the Akismet plugin)
  • Updraft: Receive an instant message when Updraft completes a backup of your WordPress server. (requires the Updraft plugin)
  • Guestbook: Receive an instant message when someone leaves a new Gwolle guestbook entry. (requires the Gwolle Guestbook plugin)
  • Product: Receive an instant message when a Woocommerce product is published. (requires the Woocommerce plugin)
  • Order: Receive an instant message when a Woocommerce order is created or has a change in its status. (requires the Woocommerce plugin)
  • Coupon: Receive an instant message when Woocommerce coupon is applied to an order. (requires the Woocommerce plugin)
  • Summary: Receive instant messages informing you of products recently ordered. (requires the Woocommerce plugin)
  • Visitors: Receive an instant messages informing you of visitors to your website. (requires the WP Statistics plugin)
  • Referrals: Receive an instant messages informing you of search engine referrals. (requires the WP Statistics plugin)
  • Top Pages: Receive an instant messages informing you of the top visited pages. (requires the WP Statistics plugin)
API Key Tab

Start your configuration for WordPress with the API Key Tab

Test Tab

Test your configuration from the Test Tab.

Enable Tab

Enable the messages you prefer for WordPress from the Enable tab

Shortcodes

Use our shortcodes to include information from the WordPress environment in your messages.

Support for other Plugins

The Monitor.chat plugin includes messages about activity from other popular plugins

Bash script to verify WordPress Logins

Verifing Logins from a shell script

Last modified March 5, 2021