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SummaryThis module keeps track of login attempts to your site.
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For more details please see [url=https://github.com/teppokoivula/ProcessLoginHistory/blob/master/README.md]README.md.[/url]
Instructions (optional, how to install and use this module)[b]Installing[/b]
Copy whole directory (ProcessLoginHistory) of this module to your /site/modules/, go to Admin > Modules, hit "Check for new modules" and install module called Login History found under Process heading. Process Login History Hooks will be installed automatically with Process Login History.
Note: this module requires ProcessWire 2.2. Automatic cleanup feature requires LazyCron module, which is included in ProcessWire core distribution. Automatic cleanup isn't required for this module to work but it's highly recommended to avoid cluttering custom database table used by Process Login History with unnecessary / unwanted old rows.
[b]How to use[/b]
During install a new Login History page is created, placed by default under Admin > Settings. From there you'll find information about each login attempt since this module was installed. Clicking more link at the end of each row reveals more information about this particular login attempt / user who initiated it.
This module provides various settings you should be aware of. Please see [url=https://github.com/teppokoivula/ProcessLoginHistory/blob/master/README.md]README.md[/url] for details.
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