A WordPress plugin that sends an email every time an admin user logs in
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#Email notification on admin login ###Requires at least: 3.0.1 ###Tested up to: 3.9.1 ###License: GPLv2 or later ###License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html

Sends an email to a pointed email address when an admin user logs in


This plugin will send you an email every time a user logs in your website as an admin. It displays the date the user logged in and their IP address.

Have fun!



How to install this plugin?

  1. Upload email-admin-notify directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress

##Frequently Asked Questions

I am not getting an email when a user logs in as an admin

That's because the default email address is the one you entered when you installed your WordPress and you no longer use the email in question, or at least not too often.

###Can I change the email address the notifications are being sent to?

Yes you can, but you must be careful not to mess things up.

###I promise I won't mess things up, how do I change the email?

Go to wp-content/plugins/email-admin-notify/config.php In the file you will see a bunch of lines. Search for define("ADMIN_EMAIL", "$admin_email"); and change $admin_email to whatever email you want. For example define("ADMIN_EMAIL", "MY_AMAZING_EMAIL@AMAZING.COM"); That way all notifications will be sent to MY_AMAZING_EMAIL@AMAZING.COM instead of the email you installed your WordPress with.

I messed things up, how can I fix everything?

Pre-install the plugin and stop pretending to be a programmer.

This is an awesome plugin, how can I thank Stefany?

I will be very grateful if you put my website www.dyulgerova.info in your page.