From the 800-DOMAIN.com Web Site Control Panel, you’ll have real–time access to the server resources employed by your web sites plus the site traffic that is generated by your visitors. The details are displayed in a simple graphical user interface, on a daily, per–week and per–month basis. In addition, you’ll find more information about our platform including the physical IP address of the hosting server, the Operating System, the presently used variations of PHP and MySQL and more.
Have a look at specifics about your hosting server
If you wish to check what exactly is the existing syndication of PHP or MySQL or the OS of the server where your account is situated, just go to the Server Info area of the Web Site Control Panel. There you’ll also get information about the installed Perl modules, the incoming and outbound email servers, along with the real IP address your hosting server.
You will find the server info table in the Stats portion of the 800-DOMAIN.com Web Site Control Panel.
Access & Error Listing
Receive details about your sites’ overall performance
Utilizing the information presented in the Access and Error Logs area of your Web Site Control Panel, you can find any possible issues with the general performance of your web sites. The access stats will reveal all kinds of files including texts, pictures and video clips that were reviewed from your visitors as the error listing will document all warnings and errors that have occurred during their stay on your site.
You’ll be able to get the access and error record files for each of your operational web sites from the Stats Manager section of your Web Site Control Panel.
The simplest way to keep tabs on site visitors’ volumes
When you manage a successful web site, it is vital that you understand a lot about visitors – exactly how many unique visits your site attracts, exactly how many site visitors go back to your website, precisely what key terms visitors utilize to locate your web site, and so on. In the Stats Manager area of your Web Site Control Panel, you’ll find 2 traffic stats tools – Webalizer and Awstats that will help you get the information you need.
The applications involve absolutely no installation. When your site is online, they’ll start obtaining info with no effort on your side.
Keep tabs on your websites’ server power load
The server’s CPU is important for the connection between the web site and its site visitors. The more sophisticated and resource–consuming your web sites are, the more web server resources and CPU time will be demanded. From the CPU stats part, you can check which website is using the largest portion of CPU resources.
You need to take actions to improve your sites if the CPU use limit is reached. You will find detailed statistics for each day and month and for an entire calendar year.