We released a new update that will hopefully ease asking for support and help us keep up with the growing number of tickets. We’ve integrated with Zendesk to provide a ticketing system, knowledgebase and a section for submitting and voting for ideas and suggestions.
Today we released a new Cronless update that allows premium members to schedule cron jobs to run every 30 seconds (twice per minute.)
You can now show or hide the translation drop down list using the Display Translation Box option in the Settings page. The drop down list will be displayed at the top right corner of each page while logged in. The translation is powered by Google Translate and supports more than 50 languages.
Cronless now has eight ways to notify you when your free cron jobs are executing:
Here’s an easy script to use to backup your database. Copy the contents of this script on your site as DBBackup.php and then you can create a PHP Cron Job to run it from here, once a day!
Coming soon! A new feature will be available for you: The ability to receive TWEETS for Job failures.
And even better, you’ll be able to receive various IM notifications (Yahoo, GTalk, and AIM) in addition to MSN.
Just another reason to upgrade to Premium for Cronless.
It’s quite possible that you may get timeouts when your PHP cron job runs. If that happens, place this at the top of your script: