I’ve updated my WordPress Latency Tracker plugin. Big changes this time around, but mostly in the back end of the script.
- Make the request user agent string visible to the user.
- Store the request user agent string
- Fix table striping
- Switch from inserting CSS and JS files manually to use wp_enqueue_script and wp_enqueue_style so that the related JS and CSS files are only load on the plugin page in the head.
- “Reset tracking” button to remove all previous results
- Store request IP address
You can learn more on the announcement page or download it from the WordPress plugin directory.