Thanks to Responsive Web Design (RWD), our new front-end adapts smoothly to any screen size and orientation. That means it can be used comfortably on any device - desktops, laptops, netbooks, tablets, smartphones.
New templates are lighter what makes our website load even faster.
We have also refreshed the design a bit, to be more consistent and to show more Superheroes. We hope you like it!
We have added some new options and made the feature even more useful.
Now it is possible to:
• receive alerts when the phrase is missing - or when it is present
• use the <whatever> tag multiple times, for example: "<html><whatever>Welcome<whatever></html>"
• use the new
• use both the tags together.
• authorization method change (token instead of login and password)
• "Your contacts" section available
• three language versions (English, Spanish, Polish)
• new plugin name.
More about the plugin
Plugin page in the official WordPress.org Plugin Directory
We are now recording monitored servers' response times - in detail.
In the performance chart you can now see a stacked bar chart displaying the following average values:
• name lookup time (DNS)
• connect time
• pretransfer time
• starttransfer time
• redirect time.
The response time limit (which is 10 seconds by default) for reporting connection timeouts can now be configured individually.
Any of the configured alert recipients (whose number is unlimited) can now be granted a read-only access to the user panel. Such sub-users can log in and generate reports but are unable to edit websites' configuration.
Do you need to generate a report for all your websites altogether? No problem - simply select them using checkboxes and click "summary report".
You will see two separate charts - one with average values and one with total values.
After we introduced the monitoring of online forms, some users suggested that they would like to know what the result page looks like when our application finds no defined phrase in its code.
Our monitoring system is now saving HTML snapshots each time the defined phrase is not found (NOPHRASE error - while monitoring both forms and content). The snaphots are available in the unavailability event history table in the user panel.
We have finally said good-bye to Flash and all charts are now rendered with HTML. Thanks to this they are easily displayed on virtually all possible devices.
Simply generate the reference file's checksum with a single click and let our system load the file every hour (or every 30 minutes) generate its current checksum and compare with the reference. You will be alerted in case of any difference.
Simply turn on the "Display alerts via RSS" option in your account settings and use the RSS feed URL provided with the "Feed" channel on IFTTT.
This is an alternative to annual payments (which are still most cost-effective) for clients that prefer less commitment. Monthly fees are charged as PayPal recurring payments.
Monitoring of the monitoring
We have implemented an external system that continuously monitors our services and verifies that they work properly. It simulates outages of different types and checks if they are detected and reported.
The next feature enables you to use short names for websites instead of their long URLs and makes your notifications shorter. That is especially important in mobile text messages.
At the bottom of every page, in the user panel, you can find a feedback form. Every finding, opinion and suggestion is valuable to us.
Outage type explanations
We have added little question mark icons next to failure types in the unavailability history. Move your mouse cursor over them to see the explanation of each outage type.
Monitoring processes optimization
We have completely re-written the monitoring and alerting processes in our system - to enhance its performance.
Outage times added up
Some customers configure our service not to send instant alerts, but only to notify them after a specified unavailability period. Imagine 5 separate but very short outages (of a different type) that occur in a row. The total unavailability is long but none of the events will be reported, because they are short.
Now that this modification has been introduced, the time of outages detected (without breaks between them) is added up to be given in notifications.
SMS credits in the trial period
We’ve decided to grant 5 SMS credits to each trial account to enable our prospects to test mobile notifications as well.
These modifications are not the only ones we have made. Still, other changes are too small to be mentioned here.
Now you can define as many recipients as you like - and decide who should receive what alerts by assigning them to your monitors.
As you may have noticed, we've been also working on another user-requested feature - load time measuring (currently in BETA).
- North America (Houston, USA)
- Europe (Gdynia, Poland)
- Asia (Singapore)
- Africa (Johannesburg, South Africa).
Detected outages still need to be confirmed by 3 stations. The fourth server has been added in case of a temporary unavailability of one of the other stations.
Last night we have moved our website - and the main monitoring station - to a new server. It is a machine with much larger physical resources reserve.
There was no interruption in services provision.
As requested, we have improved the alerts and implemented the following new features:
- an option to turn off instant alerts
- an option to receive additional alerts after a specified downtime
- more information in email alerts (outage duration, error details).
A dedicated application monitors the availability, uptime, online forms and e-commerce processes. Testing parameters, user management, reporting - everything has been tailored to customer needs.
Read more about our solutions
We hope you like the new look.
Our new feature extends the service with a simple online form checking ability. Just define as many form fields as you like, enter what needs to be inserted and configure what button to press. The form is considered as working if we find a specified text displayed after the form is submitted.
We have introduced three new features:
1. The website is online during the entire trial period? No problem, trial account users can now simulate the outage by simply clicking a button.
2. Checking the server response is not enough? Our system can now confirm whether your website HTML is fully loaded by checking if the "