Error Log Viewer
Error Log Viewer - how exactly does it work, what kinds of errors are logged inside and how to take advantage of it to troubleshoot your site.
An error log is a listing of the error messages and warnings that displayed for one reason or another while your visitors were browsing your Internet site. This kind of a log provides raw info on the way the server has handled requests in different situations. An error message may appear if, for instance, a link leads to a webpage or a file that's not on the server, if the code on a particular page can't be processed, if any individual is trying to access the Internet site or its back office using an IP address which is blocked by an .htaccess rule etc. The info inside the error log offers the IP of the website visitor, what error message displayed and the reason for the server to show it, the full path to the file which induced the error and the precise time of the event. Having this information will enable you to learn if any part of your Internet site has a problem, which you could then deal with. As a result, your site visitors will have a better experience and you may boost the website for best performance.
Error Log Viewer in Shared Website Hosting
You can trigger the generation of error logs without any difficulty when you order a shared website hosting solution from us. A whole section inside the Hepsia Control Panel, which comes with the accounts, is devoted to the logs and enabling this function requires literally just a mouse click. As soon as you go to this section, you will see all the hosts that you have within the account, including your domain names and subdomains, including those that you may have created to test a site prior to it going live. You only need to press the On button for the ones which you want to be monitored by our system and it will begin generating error logs at once. To turn off the feature, you shall just have to click the same button again. Every single error log can be downloaded and saved to your laptop or computer anytime, even if you have turned off the feature.