Integrates a standby engine to reduce the energy required to view the website when the visitors are inactive, to make your blog a Green Website.
There are some simple instructions on OnlineLeaf.com/Advanced/, which will guide you through setting up the standby engine on any website.
If you like developing plugins or anything else, we highly appreciate all the help we can get to extend the project even further, so please don't hesitate to contact us if you feel like working with us to help the environment. We also advise you to share it wherever you can, so people get to know about the project more quickly. Digg it, Share it on Facebook, Twit it, give it a good rating here on WordPress.org or even write a blog post about it. Anything is much appreciated. ... and of course, any contribution and donation will be a great help to maintain the servers and keep the development at high speed. To thank you, we also list you as Green Donor along with your website on OnlineLeaf.com/Donate/ and OnlineLeaf.com/Green-Websites/.
It is pretty straight forward. You install the plugin and your website instantly becomes green and reduces the energy required to generate it. There is really not much to it.
Requires: 2.6.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.9.2
Last Updated: 7 years ago
Active Installs: 40+
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