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Choose Log Programs




Overview

The "Choose Log Program" allows you to choose the stats programs you ant to use when viewing web site statistics; assuming your service provider has turned the feature on for your specific web hosting account.

What Are Log Programs?

Log programs allow you to see a visual representation of the visitors to your web site. Using different log/statistics programs, you can see who is visiting your site, what they are viewing, what they are downloading, where they enter your site, where they exit, and more.

Configuration Notes

To disable a log program for a domain, make sure the box next to the domain for that program is unchecked. To enable it, make sure the box is checked. If you do not see boxes with checkmarks, you do not have the ability to change what log programs you use. It is recommended to disable any log programs you do not use frequently.

Configuring The Log Programs

Steps
  1. When the page loads, there will be a four-column table showing the following:
    • Domain - This entry shows each domain available on your web hosting account.
    • Analog - Check the "Analog" box and its associated domain if you want to use the "Analog" web site statistics program when viewing web site statistics for the associated domain.
    • Awstats - Check the "Awstats" box and its associated domain if you want to use the "Awstats" web site statistics program when viewing web site statistics for the associated domain.
    • Webalizer - Check the "Webalizer" box and its associated domain if you want to use the "Webalizer" web site statistics program when viewing web site statistics for the associated domain.
  2. Once you have clicked on the check boxes associated with each domain, click on the Save button to save the settings.


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