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Many websites contain some kind of file upload feature. Files can include documents, presentations, videos, photos and more. If your website offers functionality that lets users upload files, how do you know if it’s working properly? It’s not enough to just monitor the performance of your homepage. Third-party content and functions on your website, like

Menu Layout Update: Clear and Concise

Thursday, 24 February 2011 by

Following many users’ requests, we have updated the navigation. On the one hand, we’ve made changes to allow experienced users to access the most relevant pages more quickly, while on the other hand, we’ve provided the ability to use more easily comprehensible keywords for new customers. Your feedback is very welcome!

First, let me admit that we at AlertFox also contribute(d) to the confusion as we use both terms interchangeably in the documentation. What we mean is always the same: Transaction Monitoring that runs in real browsers. However, transaction monitoring can also be done using web browser emulations! Emulations range from basic HTTP-Request and HTTP-Response commands

New Basic Website Monitoring Plan

Monday, 31 January 2011 by

We know that the four hour interval of the free account’s transaction service still is fine for small projects, but rather a limitation if you want basic monitoring of a more serious service. That’s why we have introduced our new “Basic” plan that goes for only US$9.99/month (or only $96.00 a year including the 20%

The free website monitoring plan with its single transaction monitoring sensor (Firefox) is perfect for monitoring a single domain/website for its core functionality. However, the accompanying three classic sensors do not really help in this situation. Only one of them is needed, and a test interval of one hour is a bit slow. So we