10 votesMario Olivio Flores commented
@adrien Ah! Sorry, I just noticed your response from April.
I'd mostly try to offload the risk of breaking desings to the user. You could add a version class - "version-1.23" to the body tag. Then users could structure their CSS with the version tag and new pages would just look like the default theme. Best case: users are warned so they understand the risk and get a heads up that new dom version is coming.
I do think that there is too much white space above the "last 24 hours". Otherwise, I actually think it is a really nice page. If I had custom CSS, I would:
1. Add company logo, if I could find a way to do it tastefully.
2. use some company colors, where it makes sense
3. limit white space, possibly try to use flexbox to put locale selection and the check title in one row.Mario Olivio Flores shared this idea ·
This is not planned currently as it would allow to fake number too easily but If you want to hide maintenance windows, you can disable your check before and re-enable it after. (can be automated using the API from a maintenance scripts or cron).
Indeed this is not currently possible, there’s just the 6 months view with downtime duration per day and 24h timeline with detailed downtimes. But this is planned, I’m currently working on adding detailed failing requests to downtimes email and will later add a downtime history on the status page.Mario Olivio Flores commented
I'm particularly eager to find a way to get a list of recent pings, the same as in the email. It would be ideal if I could click from the dashboard/index page of all my checks into individual request histories. The link I'm looking for is: http://updown.io/downtimes/590a04fc18b2ad5dcc225f5a/results/590a063ecbce6b27d2ad7fb0
Here are some example custom status page made by our users that could start from: