Error Log Viewer
Understand more about the Error Log Viewer, how it works and just what kind of information you can find in it.
An error log is a listing of the error messages and warnings that displayed for one reason or another while your visitors were looking through your site. This sort of a log features raw information about the way the hosting server has dealt with requests a number of situations. An error message may appear if, for example, a link leads to a site or a file that isn't on the hosting server, if the code on a certain page can't be processed, if someone is trying to access the site or its back office using an IP address that's blocked by an .htaccess rule and many others. The data in the error log offers the IP of the website visitor, what error message displayed and the basis for the web server to show it, the entire path to the file which caused the error and the specific time of the event. Having this data will help you determine if any part of your site has an issue, which you can then clear up. Consequently, your site visitors will have a better experience and you'll boost the website for maximum performance.
Error Log Viewer in Web Hosting
The Hepsia Control Panel, included with our web hosting accounts, will make it easy to generate and look at an error log for any site that you have inside your account. Once you log in, you need to go to the Access/Error Logs section and click on the On/Off button for the Internet site that you want to keep an eye on. The button is available for every single domain you have hosted and each subdomain you have created, so you can get an in depth log for each and every one of them individually, in order to be able to check the sites for problems a lot easier. A second click on the exact same button shall deactivate the function, but you shall still be able to get the log by clicking on the Download link, that is available within the exact same section. If required, you can use software on your laptop or computer to process the raw server information for statistical purposes.