A Plugin to Uptime Robot Server Monitoring. Add a status List to a post or page using the shortcode PUM
or simple add a widget to your sidebar.
If you make a donation to this plugin we will put it directly to the UptimeRobot project.
Add your API code from uptimerobot.com > My Settings > Main API Key to Settings > Uptime Robot Setup > API Key
If you wish to hide a special monitor from beeing displayed, add it to the list under Settings. For more than one monitor make a comma separated list: mon1,mon2,mon3
[pum] inserts the shortcode on a page or post. You can use the attribute monitor to display a singe monitor by friendlyname.
exampel: [pum monitor=”friendlyname”]
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- Upload the plugin folder to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Place the shortcode on your page or
<?php echo do_shortcode('[pum]'); ?>in your templates
Use our forum at www.powie.de for support
Contributors & Developers
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- 5.3 checks
- Bugfix for using the monitor attribute with the friendly_name
- 5.2.2 checks
- translation readiness
- API v2
- added option to display a singe monitor
- added class pum to the shortcoded table
- WordPress 4.4 compat
- comma separated list to hide monitors
- initial version