Pages

Last modified: January 12, 2022


Overview

The Pages page allows you to create a publicly-available status page at 360 Monitoring.

Add a status page

To add a new status page, perform the following steps:

  1. Click Add Page. A new interface will appear.

  2. In the Page Title text box, enter a title for the page.

  3. In the Header background color text box, enter the RGB value that you want to use for the page’s header (for example, #000000 for black).

  4. To set a company logo on the page, click Browse under Company Logo and select an image file from your computer.

  5. To set a favorite icon logo on the page, click Browse under Favicon and select an image file from your computer.

  6. In the Twitter handle text box, enter the Twitter feed to post on the status page. Do not include the at symbol (@).

  7. If you want to protect the status page, enter a password in the Page password text box. Otherwise, leave the text box blank for a publicly-accessible page.

  8. In the Custom domain name text box, enter the location where you want to view the status page (You will configure DNS in a later step).

  9. In the Custom CSS text box, enter a style sheet to use for your status page. Open the status page’s source in your browser’s page inspector to view the styles that the page uses.

  10. Under Layout, select whether you want to display metrics as Graphs or in Weekly figures.

  11. Select whether you want to remove the powered by credit at the end of the status page.

  12. Under Dashboard, select a Dashboard to display on the status page. This will override any servers and monitors you select in later steps.

  13. Under Websites, select any monitors to display on the status page.

  14. Under Servers, select any servers to display on the status page.

  15. Use the Add separators option to add a separator to the monitors and servers list.

  16. Drag and drop any items to reorder the items on the status page.

  17. Click Save.

Update DNS

Go to your DNS server and create a CNAME record to point the location you entered in the Custom domain name text box to statuspage.monitoring360.io.

For example, if you plan to use status.example.com, in the example.com zone file, create a CNAME record for status that points to statuspage.monitoring360.io.

After you update DNS, you can go to the Custom domain name in your browser to view the status page.

If you set a Page password for the page, you will need to enter the password to view the page.


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