An error log is a collection of info which includes all the errors and warnings encountered by the guests on your Internet sites. Several examples of what you can find in such a log are: broken links which lead to non-existing files, pages which were not processed in the correct way by the hosting server, which generated an error/warning message for the website visitor, and attempts from unauthorized IP addresses to get to the site or its administrator area. Every single entry within the error log offers the exact date and time the event took place, the visitor’s IP address, the specific directory path inside the hosting account to the Internet site or file that had a problem and the root cause for the error to appear to begin with. Reviewing an error log will permit you to locate and fix problems on your website, which will boost the overall performance of the website and the users’ experience.

Error Log Viewer in Shared Hosting

You can trigger the generation of error logs with ease if you get a shared hosting solution from us. A whole section in the Hepsia CP, provided with the accounts, is devoted to the logs and enabling this function requires literally only a click. Once you head over to this section, you will see all the hosts that you have within the account, including your domains and subdomains, even those that you may have created to test a site just before it goes live. You just have to click on the On button for the ones that you want to be monitored by our system and it will commence generating error logs almost immediately. To turn off the feature, you shall simply have to click the same button again. Every single error log could be downloaded and saved to your personal computer whenever you want, even if you have disabled the feature.

Error Log Viewer in Semi-dedicated Hosting

You'll be able to generate error logs for each and every website that you host within a semi-dedicated server account on our sophisticated hosting platform. This feature can be activated through the Hepsia CP. After you log in and go to the Access/Error Logs section, you will only have to click on the On button for the domain or subdomain that you need, due to the fact that all the domains/subdomains that you have hosted/created within the account shall be listed there. You could activate the error logs separately for each Internet site, so you shall be able to keep track only of the ones that you would like. Clicking again on the very same button will turn off the error log generation. You'll also find a Download link inside the same exact section, so you shall be able to save the data created by the server and, if required, run it through some software using your laptop to get user-friendly charts and to correct any potential problems on your Internet site easier.