cPanel PHP Error Logs

Just as your Apache errors are logged within cPanel, your PHP errors are also logged. To view them, you will need to do so via the cPanel File Manager. Once you're in the cPanel File Manager, any errors will be logged within a file labeled 'error_log' in the same directory that the script produced the error.

Within the file, you will see each error that was logged on a separate line. First, it will list the date and time that the error was produced, then the actual error. Reviewing this periodically will help you provide the best experience possible for your visitors to ensure that they are not seeing repeat errors on your website.
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