- Tweaked Pie Chart background colour to match WordPress 3.8
- Added link to GPL license
- 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.