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When PHP errors occur on your site, they are logged in a file named Error_log. You should review these logs from time to time to fix what you are able to fix. You should also delete them afterwards so they don't clutter and waste space on your web hosting account. How to find, review, and delete Error_log files is what today's Maintenance Monday is all about.




  • The video is about reviewing and deleting PHP error log files in Joomla installations.
    - Tim Davis, a Joomla enthusiast, discusses the topic in Maintenance Monday #115 on the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel.
    - The video begins with technical sound synchronization issues.
    - Tim mentions the Remembrance Day delay of the livestream.
    - Tim talks about the process of finding and managing PHP error log files in Joomla installations.
    - He explains two ways to find these log files: through the web hosting account's file manager or by using a tool called Stock Guru on his site.
    - In the video, Tim demonstrates how to search for error log files using cPanel's file manager, mentioning a quirk in file visibility.
    - He discusses viewing and editing error logs and highlights the importance of this information for troubleshooting.
    - Tim introduces the new feature "Impersonate Team Members" on his site Stock Guru.
    - The feature allows account holders to create sub-accounts for team members, making it easier to manage multiple Joomla sites.
    - With impersonation, account holders can log in as team members to see their perspective and assist them effectively.
    - Tim showcases how to impersonate team members, navigate account settings, and exit impersonation.
    - He mentions that even individuals are using this feature to separate different blocks of sites for more efficient management.
    - Tim expresses gratitude to someone named Phil Taylor for allowing the feature launch.
    - He encourages viewers to subscribe, like, and check out his website for more Joomla-related content.
    - Tim introduces another video about the team feature and provides links to both videos for viewers to watch.
    - Tim is open to promoting new Joomla-related products and invites people to share their innovations.

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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