Error Log Viewer
What role does the Error Log Viewer have? Just how does it work? What data does it feature?
An error log is a deposition of info that features all the errors and warnings experienced by the visitors on your Internet sites. Several examples of what you can find in this kind of a log are: broken links that lead to non-existing files, pages that were not processed properly by the hosting server, which caused an error/warning message for the visitor, and attempts from unauthorized IP addresses to access the Internet site or its admin area. Every single entry in the error log provides the exact time and date the event occurred, the visitor’s IP, the specific directory path within the hosting account to the web page or file that had a problem and the cause for the error to appear in the first place. Reviewing an error log will enable you to identify and resolve problems on your website, which will raise the efficiency of the Internet site and the users’ experience.
Error Log Viewer in Cloud Web Hosting
You can activate the generation of error logs with ease when you get a cloud web hosting plan from us. An entire section within the Hepsia CP, which comes with the accounts, is dedicated to the logs and switching on this feature will take literally only a mouse click. Once you check out this section, you'll see all the hosts you have within the account, including your domain names and subdomains, including those that you may have created to test an Internet site just before it goes live. You only have to click on the On button for the ones which you want to be watched by our system and it'll begin generating error logs at once. To deactivate the feature, you'll only have to click the same exact button once more. Each and every error log may be downloaded and saved to your personal computer at any time, even if you have deactivated the function.