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Logs: View website error log

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The error log displays the 300 errors for your website. This can be very useful for determining what links are broken on your site, checking which files do not exist that should, or debugging scripts. Checking this log frequently can help keep your site running smoothly.

  • SiteAdmin: View WEBSITE error logs
  • cPanel: View WEBSITE error logs


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    Accessing your access logs in SiteAdmin

    This demo assumes you are already logged into SiteAdmin.

    1) Click the Stats & Logs button from the left-hand menu, then click Error Log

    That’s it! You can now see the most recent errors from your website. For a review of what the different numbers in the error page mean, check out our guide for interpreting Apache error codes.



     

    Accessing your access logs in cPanel

    In this article, we will show you how to access the error log inside of cPanel.

    1) Login to cPanel

    2) Click the Error Log button from within the Logs section of the main panel.

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    That’s it! You can now see the most recent errors from your website. For a review of what the different numbers in the error page mean, check out our guide for interpreting Apache error codes.

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    2 Comments

    • Hello,

      How do you change the directory to view other error logs, for example within public_html/wp-admin?

      Doug

      • Hello Doug,

        This tool cannot be adjusted to view other logs. To view other logs, you would need to access them directly, either via FTP of the File Manager.

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