Error Log Viewer
Error Log Viewer - how exactly does it work, what sorts of errors are logged inside it and how to take advantage of it to troubleshoot your site.
An error log is a comprehensive report of the warnings and error messages which visitors encountered while they were browsing your site. This is the raw information that the server has gathered and it can help you find potential issues with your website and handle them in a timely manner, as a way to enhance the site’s performance and to add to the users’ satisfaction. You can find a number of things inside an error log - the time when the error occurred, the specific path to the file which the website visitor couldn't access, the IP address the request came from, and the reason why this request could not be processed. There are different reasons for your site visitors to see an error message - a link leading to a non-existent file, a script page that can't be processed in the correct way by the server, a site access attempt by a blocked IP address, and so on.
Error Log Viewer in Cloud Web Hosting
When you host your websites on our top-notch cloud hosting platform, you shall be able to look at detailed error logs for any of them inspite of the cloud web hosting that you’ve selected. The feature is available inside our in-house built Hepsia Control Panel and can be activated with a mouse click from the Access/Error Logs section. When you are there, you will see all of the domain names and subdomains which you have and you will have the ability to enable the error log generation separately for each and every one, so you can keep track of only on the sites that you want or need. If you no longer require a log of the errors to be kept, you'll be able to disable the function with a mouse click from the same exact section of the Control Panel. There you'll also find a Download link for each and every log created by our system, so you could save the ones that you need to your laptop or computer and use log processing software to get easy-to-read statistical info.