Logs menu

This is the new Logs tab. Check who or what is visiting your domains. Check you error messages to fine tune your website
logs section

Error Logs

Apache Error Logs have been enabled in all your domains and subdomains.

How to check the Apache Error Logs

  1. login to your control panel
  2. click in Error Logs (image 2)
  3. click in Select Day for the domain or subdomain you want to check Error Logs
    error logs select
  4. select an available day and click in Download for the domain or subdomain you want
    error logs download
  5. if there are no Error Logs it means that your website is error free. Congratulations!

Note: you can download all Error Logs at once with an FTP client. Connect to your free hosting account with FileZilla for example. Look for directories called errors, inside directories called logs (that’s /logs/errors) and download all of them

Access Logs

Apache Access Logs have been enabled in all your domains and subdomains.

How to check the Apache Access Logs

  1. login to your control panel
  2. click in Access Logs (image 5)
  3. click in Select Day for the domain or subdomain you want to check Access Logs
    access logs select
  4. select an available day and click in Download for the domain or subdomain you want
    access logs download
  5. if there are no Access Logs it means that your website has no visitors. Sorry!

Note: you can download all Access Logs at once with an FTP client. Connect to your free hosting account with FileZilla for example. Look for directories called access, inside directories called logs (that’s /logs/access) and download all of them