Allows to show the status of a list of server as a Widget and a Shortcode.
The plugin tempts to connect to a specific port on a server (defined by address, or hostname).
If the connection fails, the plugin considers that the server is offline. Otherwise, the server is online.
Base on the work of jonesy44, aviable here : http://www.hawkee.com/snippet/5404/
This is just an Beta, so dont cry if there are Problems! If you need help just write a mail to email@example.com, at least in english, in french, if possible.
In the future, i plan to add a automatic refresh on widget, with ajax.
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- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
Add the sidebar widget
- Install the
Server-Upwidget through the ‘Design -> Widgets’ menu in WordPress
(Optional, for advanced users) Add `serverup` to a post or a page
[serverup]into a post’s or a page’s body text.
(Optional, for advanced users) Add `serverup` to a template
<?php echo do_shortcode('[serverup]'); ?>into a suitable template file.
Fail to install : I have notice a problem with the downloaded Zip-file in wordpress.org official site. I’m working on it. So, you can download the plugin at this location : http://www.eleyone.fr/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/server-up.zip
Contributors & Developers
“Server-Up for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
Interested in development?
- Adding visibility checkbox to the admin panel of server
- Fixing icon display in serveur listing in admin panel
- Fixing icon save when modify server
- Changing HTML code for widget render and shortcode render.
- Changing widget registering implementation to the WordPress v2.8 implementation.
- First inoffcial Release