If you operate and own a website, it is sure that there will be desire in you to inspect the number of visitors, who visit your website daily. In order to complete this effort, the cPanel provides many built-in statistic reports. The AWStats is a popular program for this purpose, which updates after every 24 hours. Along with the amount of people coming to your website, you can also have many other information from the statistics report.
- Monthly history
- Days of week
- Days of month
- Top 25 pages-URL
- HTTP error pages
- Top 10 operating systems
- Top 10 browsers
- Top 25 searched keywords
- Top 10 authenticated users
- Top 10 search key phrases
In this tutorial, we will teach you how to view website statistics in cPanel. You need to follow the following steps:
Step 1. Login to your cPanel
First of all, you have to log in to your cPanel account. In order to do so, you have to access the website of the cPanel, where you have to enter your hosting username and password.
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Step 2. AWStats icon
You need to scroll down the logs section after you are inside the cPanel. Here, you need to click the AWStats icon that can be found under the logs section.
Step 3. Domain list
After the entering the AWStats section, you will see a list of domains or sub-domains. In order to check the stats for the Domain, you have to click on the icon, that can be found in the front of the Domain, for which you want to see the stats.
Step 4. Statistics page
When you click the specified domain name, you will be directed to the statistics page. Here, you will see the stats for your website, which is shown in the below screenshot.
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Now, we have reached at the end of this tutorial. We hope that this tutorial will help you to view the website statistics in the cPanel. You just need to follow above simple steps, in order to perform this task. Never forget to share this tutorial with your friends on the social media websites. You are free to ask any question regarding this tutorial by using the comment section below.