1. My website shows PHP warnings

    If you see a PHP warning on your website then it could be caused by a number of reasons. The error message usually gives you a good description of the cause of the error which your website developer can fix, or you can Google search for a resolution. You can disable the PHP error message from showing on your website using the steps below. PHP Selector in cPanel Log in to cPanel. Click Select PHP Version. Click Switch To PHP Options Set display_errors to Off Click Save .htaccess Edit .htaccess in your public_html folder Enter the following code: Save the

  2. How-to view website access logs

    The raw website access logs show you the visitors to your website and what pages they visited. You can use these logs to trace the steps of specific users. View your website access logs using the steps below: Login into your cPanel control panel. See Where do I login to my hosting control panel Search for access Click Raw Access Click the domain you’d like to see the access logs for Your web browser will download your website’s compressed access log. Uncompress the file and open the log file in your text editor Every visit and request to your website

  3. How-to view website error logs

    Error logs let you track down problems with your website. Errors such as broken links or missing files are recorded to your website error log. Checking this log often can help keep your site running smoothly. View your website error log using the steps below: Log in to cPanel. See Where do I login to my hosting control panel Search for errors Click Errors A list of the last 300 errors for your website will be shown.

  4. How To Flush DNS

    Learn how to flush your DNS cache in Mac OS X, Windows and Ubuntu Linux.