Are you curious to know who is logged into your WordPress site? It's not always easy to tell, but with the right tools, you can easily determine if the current visitor is a logged-in user. WordPress has a built-in function, is_user_logged_in(), that can help you determine if the user is logged in or not. If you have a multi-user site, it's important to keep records of each user's activity. This way, you can ensure that each user is individually responsible for the changes they make to your site.
With a full WordPress activity log plugin, you can see who is logged in, when and from where, and what they have done in the past. However, if you don't want to slow down your site and worsen the user experience with a full log of all your users' actions, you can install a WordPress user tracking plugin (also known as an activity log plugin). This will allow you to track, monitor and manage user activity with little effort. If you're looking for a way to check if the user is logged in and show them different content, we've created a quick code snippet that you can use.
With WP Security Audit Log installed, you get a notification that alerts you to any changes so you can quickly fix it. By knowing who is logged into your site, you know that people are doing their jobs and can see exactly what they are doing right now. With all this information and information from other log files on your web server, you can work to find the cause of any hacks and mitigate any security flaws you may have.