Sometimes you may encounter with technical errors on your website. cPanel allows the users to view errors generated by their website. The error log in cPanel shows HTTP errors that occur when visitors try to view your site, this log contains the time, date, error message, visitor’s IP address, directory path, and domain name. It’s a good idea to check you error log frequently to fix problems that affect your search engine ranking and website functionality.

In this article, we will review how to view your error logs for both Apache and PHP from within cPanel.

1. Login to your cPanel account.

2. Check the METRICS section and click on the Errors.


3. Here you can see the errors. The page will show the latest 300 error log messages on your website.

cPanel Errors

If you wish to run your website smoothly, check the error logs on a regualr basis.

Incase you have any question, feel free to contact our support team.

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