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 a listing of the error messages and warnings that appeared for one reason or another while your visitors were surfing around your Internet site. This kind of a log features raw info on the way the web server has addressed requests in different situations. An error message could appear if, for example, a link leads to a page or a file that's not on the hosting server, if the code on a given page cannot be processed, if somebody is trying to access the site or its back office via an IP address which is blocked by an .htaccess rule and many others. The information within the error log includes the IP address of the website visitor, what error message showed up and the reason for the web server to display it, the full path to the file which caused the error and the specific time of the event. Having this information will enable you to determine if any part of your website has an issue, which you could then deal with. Consequently, your site visitors will have a better experience and you will supercharge the site for maximum performance.
Error Log Viewer in Cloud Web Hosting
You can enable the generation of error logs easily when you purchase a cloud web hosting solution from our company. A whole section inside the Hepsia CP, offered with the accounts, is dedicated to the logs and enabling this function will take literally only a click. When you navigate to this section, you'll see all the hosts that you have within the account, including your domains and subdomains, including those that you may have created to test a website prior to it going live. You just have to press the On button for the ones which you want to be watched by our system and it shall start generating error logs instantly. To deactivate the function, you will just have to click the same button once more. Any error log could be downloaded and saved to your computer whenever you want, even if you have deactivated the feature.