CPanel is a fully featured web-based control
panel that allows you to manage your domain
through a web interface. The idea is to
transfer as much of the control and responsibility
of managing your web site to you. You have
the ability to manage all aspects of e-mail,
files, backup, FTP, CGI scripts, and web
The Web / FTP Statistics area presents you
with a wide variety of information about your
web site, from the latest visitors to a detailed
monthly summary of hits, as well as providing
an error log. Use the Statistics tools to
keep track of what pages are being visited
most often, and where they are being referred
from. The features available to you in this
section are as follows:
Analog: Analog produces a simple summary of
all the people who have visited your site.
It is fast and provides great lightweight
Webalizer: Webalizer is a more complex
stats program that produces a nice variety
of charts and graphs about who has visited
your site. This is probably the most popular
stats engine available today.
Subdomain Stats: This will show statistics
for the subdomains on your account.
Latest Visitors: This will show you the
last 300 visitors who came to your site
and some interesting information about them.
Bandwidth: This will show how many bytes
your account has transferred.
Error Log: This will show errors in your
site, images not loading, missing files,
etc. This is very useful for debugging CGI
For more information about exactly what
these web site statistics actually mean,
refer to the following excellent articles:
Measuring Website Usage
How the Web Works
Sub Domain Stats
This is just a direct link to the "Subdomain
Stats" as described above, in Web/FTP
Stats. It shows statistics for any subdomains
you may have created in your hosting account.
The error log contains all HTTP errors that
occur when visitors attempt to view your
site, such as requested files not found,
etc. The Error Log tool is a presentation
of the last 300 entries in your error log.
A central use of this tool is to locate
suspicious server activity, such as attempted
virus attacks. If you have concerns about
any activity in your error logs, please
contact our support staff immediately.
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