Uptime Graph section now includes monthly uptime/downtime graph

After nearly four months since the first websites started to be monitored, we thought it would be interesting for their webmasters to graphically view the monthly uptime and downtime. So, to achieve this we added a new monthly graph under the Uptime Graph tab of a monitored website, as you can see in the example below.

Example of a monthly uptime/downtime graph for a website with increasing monthly downtime.

Previously, under the Uptime Graph tab you would only see the daily uptime/downtime graph for the last 30 days, which is informative but a bit limiting if you have already been monitoring your website for more than a month. Just like the daily graph, the monthly graph will show a percentage only if the website was down at any time during that month.

Stay tuned; more detailed graphs will soon come in a future full website monitoring report.

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