Earthquake Monitor v2.0.1 released

Dear readers,

2 weeks ago I have released v2.0.0 of the earthquake monitor. A lot has changed in this release.

Today v2.0.1 is released with some little bug fixes!

  • Added a new variable {tsunami}. When enabled in menu and added to the template it shows a tsunami icon when a major event in an oceanic region has occured.
  • Added a new variable {type} that will display the type of event (earthquake ,quarry, chemical explosion e.t.c.)
  • Added shortcode [eqmonitor] to add (multiple) earthquake lists in pages or posts (more details in the Shortcode examples and parameters section of this readme)
  • Switched to Semantic Versioning MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH
  • All links that take care of JSON data-exchange are now HTTPS (SSL)
  • All links to PHP documentation are now HTTPS
  • Adjusted the yellow pager color to be a bit more darker (and readable on white backgrounds) (This can be altered in the CSS)
  • You can now use this widget multiple times on the same site. Each widget has an unique identifier and uses it’s own unique cache.

You can try it out here :

Oh, and here is a live example of the shortcode that has been added.

  1. M 7.5 - 83km SW of Porgera, Papua New Guinea 6 months ago Tsunami Icon
  2. M 7.2 - 3km S of San Pedro Jicayan, Mexico 6 months ago Tsunami Icon
  3. M 7.9 - 280km SE of Kodiak, Alaska 7 months ago Tsunami Icon
  4. M 7.1 - 38km SSW of Acari, Peru 7 months ago Tsunami Icon
  5. M 7.5 - 44km E of Great Swan Island, Honduras 7 months ago Tsunami Icon
  6. M 7.0 - 85km ENE of Tadine, New Caledonia 9 months ago Tsunami Icon
  7. M 7.3 - 29km S of Halabjah, Iraq 9 months ago
  8. M 7.1 - 1km E of Ayutla, Mexico 11 months ago
  9. M 8.2 - 101km SSW of Tres Picos, Mexico 11 months ago Tsunami Icon

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