Error Log Viewer
Error Log Viewer - how does it work, what sorts of errors are logged inside and how to take advantage of it to troubleshoot your website.
An error log is an accumulation of data which features all of the errors and warnings experienced by the guests on your websites. Various examples of what you could find in this kind of a log are: broken links which lead to non-existing files, pages that were not processed adequately by the web server, which resulted in an error/warning message for the website visitor, and attempts from unauthorized IP addresses to reach the website or its administration area. Each and every entry within the error log contains the exact time and date the event occurred, the visitor’s IP, the exact directory path inside the hosting account to the web page or file which had a difficulty and the reason for the error to appear in the first place. Inspecting an error log will allow you to discover and resolve issues on your Internet site, which will raise the functionality of the Internet site and the users’ experience.
Error Log Viewer in Shared Web Hosting
When you host your websites on our innovative cloud hosting platform, you'll be able to check out detailed error logs for any of them regardless of the shared web hosting that you’ve chosen. The function is available in our in-house built Hepsia CP and may be enabled with simply a mouse click from the Access/Error Logs section. When you are there, you shall see all the domains and subdomains which you have and you'll have the opportunity to activate the error log generation separately for every single one, so you can keep an eye only on the websites that you want or need. When you don't require a log of the errors to be kept, you are able to disable the function with a click from the very same section of the CP. There you'll also find a Download link for each and every log created by our system, so you will be able to save the ones which you need to your desktop or notebook and use log processing software to get easy-to-read statistical info.