Fast Logs ... display and manage your logs, notices and updates!
Fast Logs can be used to display and manage all manner of logs, notices and updates in a small or confined space on your website.
Auto-pagination (page numbering) and archiving included.
Can also be used on a larger scale, for example, to display chapters of a book, user-guide or manual (a page per chapter).
- Add, edit and delete log entries using a point-and-click interface
- See at-a-glance when entries were created and when they were last modified
- Search entries to easily find the one you want to edit
- Unpublish or publish logs to your website with the entry status toggle switch
- Set how many log entries to show per page
- Auto-sort entries from oldest-newest or newest-oldest
- Auto-pagination to navigate multiple pages in a small space
- Customisable with standard CSS - dress-up your log entries any way you like
Downloads are available when you view the full version of this website on a desktop computer.
You can grab the zipped download package from the top of the page. Just scroll up to the blinking download icon and give it a swift click.
The Fast Logs download pack comes with an example web page setup for reference, but you can see the installation page for more details.
Check out the back-end demo to see how easy it is to use, OR, see the front-end demo (below) for website integration ideas.
Tips and tricks ... it's also a front-end demo!
- Tweak the HTML output exactly to your needs - display logs in a list format, table format, paragraphs, or any other way you like.
- The Fast Logs display and page buttons are fully customisable with CSS - dress everything up exactly how you want to fit in seamlessly with your site design!
- Auto-pagination is included; See those page buttons? They're automatic, and you can set how many to show and where to display them - maybe 4/5 along the bottom to keep things small and neat, or, show 20 in a row at the top to indicate a full range of entries.
- Choose how to sort your logs - newest on top or oldest on top, depending on your needs; Newest-first for a "latest news" setup, or, oldest-first for book chapters.
- Create "jump-to" anchor links elsewhere on your website to jump directly to the Fast Logs "page" you want to view. Just use the page number in your href query string; href="my-page.php?page=1".
Here's an example - Go To Page 2
Last updated: December 19th, 2018