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Lesson 2 Vocab 35 - Log File

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At the beginning of this Lesson I talked about Analytics and how you need to learn to read the reports from your website. I described how every visitor to your website leaves footprints of their actions. Those footprints are saved as plane text in what we call a "Log File" on your website. It's usually saved in a "logs" directory.

Ask your website hosting company for help finding your log file and reading the statistics generated every day from that file.
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