Understanding Uptime Monitor Details

Get a detailed explanation and master the Uptime Monitor.

For identification, the URL, the monitor's name, and the website icon are given on the left side.

The "Up" icon indicates the status of the monitor. There could be 3 different statuses: up, down, or paused.

On the top-right side, you can see the check interval for each monitor and the last check request.

Vertical bars present a brief history of your monitor's performance.

Each color represents a different meaning. If the bar is grey, it means that the monitor is not operational. If the bar is green, no downtime is detected. If the bar is a mix of red and green, downtime is detected and you can hover over to view the details of the downtime. If the bar is red, a complete downtime has occurred. You can hover over to see the details like the total up/down duration and the uptime percentage.

Under the vertical lines, you can find information about the creator and the creation date of the monitor.

Next to vertical bars, you'll see 5 different information boxes. The first one is SSL box. You can quickly check on your SSL expiry date and your website's SSL certificate validity.

If you hover over the box, you'll be provided with more details on your SSL certificate.

The second box is the last response time box. It will show you the most up-to-date response time received from the website.

The third box is the status code box. It will show you the most up-to-date status code received from the website.

The fourth box is the method box. In this box, you can see the request method used to monitor the website.

The fifth box is the uptime box. It will show you the all-time uptime percentage for this monitor.

To have more information about monitor details, click "view details" on the right corner of the monitor list.

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