The Ping Watcher plugin can catch up to 100 ping errors. These are displayed in both a dashboard widget and on the plugin’s Settings page. Great for t
|Author:||Mittineague (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.5|
|WordPress version tested:||2.9.2|
|Plugin version:||1.0.1 RC|
|Added to WordPress repository:||01-04-2009|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||1 768|
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Records Ping Errors and displays them in a dashboard widget.
Why isn’t Ping Watcher compatible with your Error Reporting plugin?
Both plugins set PHP error handling to use custom error handlers. The Error Reporting plugin catches all error types. Although the Ping Watcher plugin only catches E_ WARNNG errors, of which it then selectively records ping errors, if both were activated the other E_ WARNING errors would be missed by the Error Reporting plugin. As the Error Reporting plugin includes the Ping Watcher plugin’s features, if you are interested in other errors as well as ping errors, please use the Error Reporting plugin instead of Ping Watcher.
ver. 1.0.1 RC 01-Jun-2010
- Dutch translation
ver. 1.0.0 RC 27-Feb-2010
- Belarusian translation
- replaced deprecated user_role
- minor gettext tweak
ver. Beta 0.2.1 21-Aug-2009
- Swedish translation
- non-default folder tweak
- changed Version History to Changelog in readme
ver. Beta 0.2.0 17-Jul-2009
- German and Spanish translations
- allow for non-default folder locations/names
- capability check
ver. Beta 0.1.0 01-Apr-2009
- initial release
- derived from errorreporting.php 0.10.0