At least once a year, you should be reviewing your logs to see how well your site is doing.
It’s important for tracking down any problems that might arise in the future and also good for catching anything before it becomes an issue. In this article we will go over what information to keep track of when auditing log files, as well as some tips on how to do it right! This is a paragraph of content. This is the next sentence in this paragraph. Start with what day you’ve decided to review, and scroll through each line until that date appears in bold letters on the left side of your screen; for example: Jan 18. Navigate back by clicking on “Jan 17” at the top if necessary so that Jan 18 will be highlighted when you click it again-for instance, like this screenshot below from Monday’s blog post: The first thing we want to do once logged into our account is go over recent activity for any new registrations or purchases – these are usually noted as Code 1234a12bcd. As an example here’s some data I just pulled up about one purchase