Latest free hosting improvements: access logs and error logs

As you read in our newsletter, all free hosting mipropia.com members have now Apache logs ready to download from control panel. And can also be downloaded via FTP, with FileZilla for example.

To download logs from control panel, please read Tutorials – Control Panel – Logs

To dowload logs with FTP client and if you only have one subdomain (the one you took when you signed up for free hosting, remember?):
A new directory named logs is created inside your root directory and it is at the same level as your htdocs directory (your public and visible directory)
ROOT /
+ /htdocs/
+ /logs/
Inside the logs directory you’ll find two directories: access and errors
ROOT /
+ /logs/
+ /access/
+ /errors/
Inside access and errors directory you’ll find text files WITHOUT EXTENSION from 01 to 31 (or 30 or 29 or 28 depending on the month)

Suggestion: import the text file into a spreadsheet so you can filter and inspect your logs easily

If you have more than one subdomain or addon domains:
New directories named logs are created in each additional subdomain or addon domain and also one new directory named logs is created inside your root directory (this is for the subdomain you took when you signed up for free hosting, remember?)
ROOT /
+ /example.com/
+ /htdocs/
+ /logs/
+ /htdocs/
+ /logs/
+ /subdomain.example.net/
+ /htdocs/
+ /logs/

You can use these logs to detect website errors such as missing files, misspelled URLs and resources or general free hosting server errors which may be caused by .htaccess misconfiguration.