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:
- Click Add Page. A new interface will appear.
- In the Page Title text box, enter a title for the page.
- In the Header background color text box, enter the RGB value that you want to use for the page’s header (for example,
- To set a company logo on the page, click Browse under Company Logo and select an image file from your computer.
- To set a favorite icon logo on the page, click Browse under Favicon and select an image file from your computer.
- In the Twitter handle text box, enter the Twitter feed to post on the status page. Do not include the at symbol (@).
- 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.
- 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).
- 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.
- Under Layout, select whether you want to display metrics as Graphs or in Weekly figures.
- Select whether you want to remove the powered by credit at the end of the status page.
- Under Dashboard, select a Dashboard to display on the status page. This will override any servers and monitors you select in later steps.
- Under Websites, select any monitors to display on the status page.
- Under Servers, select any servers to display on the status page.
- Use the Add separators option to add a separator to the monitors and servers list.
- Drag and drop any items to reorder the items on the status page.
- Click Save.
Go to your DNS server and create a CNAME record to point the location you entered in the Custom domain name text box to
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
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.
Updated 10 months ago