Shows your server space (free and used) as a funky Pie Chart in your backend. It also shows a percentage bar in your WordPress dahsboard.
Fixed Division by Zero bug (thanks Jure!) Tweaked some colours to better blend with WordPress Core Added MySQL Server Version
Fixed dashboard widget display in WordPress 3.2 (Thanks Dan!) Replaced hard coded links with dynamic ones Updated Folder Structure in accordance with WordPress Best Coding Standards Added default unit value for first-time-user (now defaults to GB rather than nothing) Changed Donation Link (Buy me a Coffee)
Certified WordPress 3.1 readiness. Added Unlimited Option: On some hosts (like Hostgator) you'll get "unlmited" disk space. I've amended the plugin so that you can enter 0 or leave the space blank. You'll always have 100% free space and the pie chart won't get confused.
Added a drop-down menu so you an easily choose if you'd like things displayed in MB or GB. Added Database Size Count courtesy of Chris Rabiet's WP Database Plugin (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/db-size/) Added numeric display of space underneath pie charts - like in the dashboard widget.
Driven by Richard's suggestion, I've used Alex Rabe's WP Memory Usage Plugin as template and several WordPress tutorials on how to build plugins. Within a few hours, the basis was established. Then I integrated Rasmus Peter's Pie Chart Script and made it all work together. Code Cleanup followed: renaming functions, hooks, variables, deleting code that's not needed.