[wp-trac] [WordPress Trac] #47046: Site Health: Remove grading

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Tue Apr 30 17:02:03 UTC 2019

#47046: Site Health: Remove grading
 Reporter:  Cybr            |       Owner:  (none)
     Type:  enhancement     |      Status:  new
 Priority:  high            |   Milestone:  Awaiting Review
Component:  Administration  |     Version:  trunk
 Severity:  normal          |  Resolution:
 Keywords:  site-health     |     Focuses:  ui, administration

Comment (by KARTHOST):

 I am not a programmer, and that might be what is needed here, as I know my
 end users.

 I would like to offer an idea, not my idea, but I really like because, I
 can quickly take a look at know all is good, without having to figure out
 formulas and percentages.

 One web-based application I use, it has a "System Health Status" area, I
 can take a quick glance to see what's good, warnings, and whats needing my
 attention, because it COULD be bad.

 I can spend 10 seconds or less on this page and then move on or tackle
 what is needed.
 And here is the approach,

 3 Columns, 1 Color-Coded Green with a Check Mark; Another Yellow with an
 Attention icon; Third is red with an "X" in it

 In all three columns, I am given in Green Column all that is good (and of
 course some of the green is what is recommended) the yellow it lists not
 real critical issues but some that might need near Future Attention, an
 example of this I was running on PHP 7.1, and since End of Life is this
 year, I was given a notice I was running PHP 7.1 was set and it's only
 getting security updates and end of life is near. That is good info to
 And the Red Column, things like Error Reporting is set to display errors,
 not good in a production environment (I set that one so something would
 show in that column in my screenshot).

 See Screenshot. [[Image(https://thekartcompany.com/System-Health-

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