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Feb 24, 2019   |  By Umut Muhaddisoglu
Uptime Robot treats all HTTP statuses equally. They mean either up or down… except HTTP 401. HTTP 401 is expected in some situations and not expected in others. Currently, HTTP 401 is handled as...
Jan 9, 2019   |  By Umut Muhaddisoglu
Uptime Robot is already integrated with the major team communication apps and here is another addition: Google Hangouts Chat.
Dec 11, 2018   |  By Umut Muhaddisoglu
Google had announced that Chrome would begin distrusting certificates issued by Symantec Corporation’s PKI and the decision is followed by other major browsers. These are the certificates by Thawte, VeriSign, Equifax, GeoTrust, and RapidSSL that are issued before 1st of December 2017.
Nov 7, 2018   |  By Umut Muhaddisoglu
Uptime Robot sends HEAD requests for HTTP monitors and GET request for keyword monitors by default (and, this is a good default setting for most monitors). So, here comes the HTTP method selection which enables us to choose the method, send the parameters to be sent (if needed) and also decide if the data will be sent as JSON or not.
Sep 27, 2018   |  By Umut Muhaddisoglu
There is never “too much” when it comes to the ways of getting notified about an emergency. And, in some cases, this emergency can be a website or server going down. Today, voice call notification is added to Uptime Robot and it can be very helpful when we want to make sure that a notification is heard :).
Jan 3, 2018   |  By WPBuilders
Learn how to monitor the uptime and downtime of your website for FREE! This is a great tool!
Jun 22, 2016   |  By WPBuilders
This is a video tutorial gives a step by step process to configure Uptime Robot to monitor your website and alert you if your website goes down.