Error Log Viewer
Error Log Viewer - just how does it function, what types of errors are logged in it and how to use it to troubleshoot your web 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 site. This kind of a log provides raw info on the way the server has addressed requests a number of situations. An error message could appear if, for instance, a link leads to a webpage or a file that is not on the hosting server, if the code on a specific page cannot be processed, if someone is trying to access the Internet site or its back office through an IP address which is blocked by an .htaccess rule and many others. The data inside the error log offers the IP of the visitor, what error message appeared and the reason for the server to display it, the full path to the file that induced the error and the exact time of the event. Having this data will help you figure out if any part of your site has an issue, which you can then deal with. Consequently, your site visitors will have a better experience and you will supercharge the website for maximum performance.
Error Log Viewer in Hosting
The error logs are included with every single hosting which we provide. You are able to activate the function independently for every domain name or subdomain inside the account from the Access/Error Logs section of our groundbreaking Hepsia hosting CP. This shall take literally a single click and you'll be able to download every log generated by our system just as easily. When you no longer require logs, you'll be able to deactivate them, again with simply a click from the same exact section, but even after that, you shall still be able to get the already accumulated information for the specific site. The interface which Hepsia has is rather time and effort saving, so the only two buttons that you will have to press are On/Off and Download. The raw info can be imported inside an app set up on your computer or laptop for a lot easier research, in order to permit you to correct any problems your websites might have much easier.