Error Log Viewer
What role does the Error Log Viewer have? How precisely does it work? What data does it contain?
An error log is a listing of the error messages and warnings that showed up for one reason or another while your visitors were surfing around your website. This type of a log contains raw information on the way the web server has dealt with requests in different situations. An error message could appear if, for instance, a link leads to a site or a file that's not on the server, if the code on a specific page cannot be processed, if somebody is trying to access the Internet site or its back office using an IP address that's blocked by an .htaccess rule and so on. The information within the error log includes the IP of the visitor, what error message showed up and the root cause for the hosting server to show it, the entire path to the file which triggered the error and the precise time of the event. Having this info will enable you to figure out if any part of your website has a problem, which you could then clear up. For that reason, your visitors will have a better experience and you will optimize the website for maximum performance.
Error Log Viewer in Shared Website Hosting
The error logs are part of every shared website hosting that we offer. You'll be able to activate the function individually for every domain name or subdomain inside the account through the Access/Error Logs section of our groundbreaking Hepsia hosting Control Panel. This shall take literally one click and you'll be able to download every log produced by our system just as easily. In case you don't need logs, you can deactivate them, again with a mouse click from the same section, but even after that, you will still be able to get the previously gathered data for the particular Internet site. The interface which Hepsia features is really easy-to-work-with, so the only two buttons you'll have to click are On/Off and Download. The raw data may be imported in an application set up on your laptop or computer for a lot easier analysis, so as to permit you to resolve any problems your websites may have incredibly easier.