Alternative ways to access your monitored website

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Your life has just been made slightly easier: starting from today it is possible to access your monitored website without using its “www” prefix. This is of course only valid for websites using “www” in their fully qualified domain name (FQDN). For example instead of entering “www.protonmail.ch”, one could just enter “protonmail.ch”; both ways would now . . . → Read More: Alternative ways to access your monitored website

Monitoring probes visually enhanced with status icons

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All monitoring results originating from the HTTP probes of a website will now be presented with status icons to help the interpretation of these results. This currently applies to the Last Ten Probes as well as the Downtimes sections of a monitored website which contains the HTTP Code and Transfer Time columns. An example taken from . . . → Read More: Monitoring probes visually enhanced with status icons

Large thumbshot of monitored websites

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Thumbshots of websites are attractive but most of the time they are too small and you can hardly see anything making you think what’s the point of having a thumbshot if you can’t even recognize the website due to the miniature size. This is why we decided since the beginning to use quite big (300 pixels . . . → Read More: Large thumbshot of monitored websites

Unofficial testing launch of HTTPMon beta version

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Today is the very first day for the front-end website of the HTTP Website Monitoring Tool also simply and shortly called HTTPMon. The backend engine has already been running since now three months collecting test probes from various websites around the world. The website is fully functional and very fast thanks to the AJAX technology. Nevertheless . . . → Read More: Unofficial testing launch of HTTPMon beta version