The Status Pages provides the ability to display your uptime checks in a private status page or on a public URL. Accordingly, you can give others access to your reports without needing to give them access to your Uptime.com account.
Here is an example of a Public Status Page:
In order to generate a new status page, you will first need to add at least one check under Monitoring>Checks.
Adding/Editing a Status Page
The illustration below provides an example of adding a public status page via the “Reports” site section.
The following provides a description of the fields shown when adding a status page:
Name: Enter the name of the status page.
Checks: Choose which checks you want to display on this status page. Max: 50 checks per status page.
Publish: option to make this page available via public URL. Doing so displays additional Publish Settings (below).
Publish Settings (for public status page only):
URL SLUG: this is the URL path/foldername that you can customize (letters, numbers & hyphens only)
CNAME: Enter CNAME record for your subdomain pointing to “uptime.com” which will be displayed in the status page.
Allow search engine indexing: Turn off to add a HTML header requesting search engines not to index your page.
Allow drill down into individual checks: This allows your customers to see individual check statistics from this status page.
Show incidents section: This allows you to show an additional section where you can manually add incident descriptions as they occur.
Header HTML: Inline HTML to render in the header section in place of Uptime.com branding.
Footer HTML: Inline HTML to render in the footer section in place ofUptime.com branding.
Note: Brand free reporting for custom Header & Footer requires an Enterprise account.
The illustration below provides an example of adding an incident via the “Manage Incidents” Action in “Status Pages”.
The following provides a description of the fields shown when adding an incident:
Occurred At: Enter the date and time of the incident.
Incident Type: Enter the type of incident, e.g. a problem or a solution.
Title: Enter a brief title for this incident.
Description: Enter the full details of this incident.