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The previous guide covered setting your login destination in Concrete5. In this tutorial we will show you how to hide or display errors on your Concrete5 website. Hiding errors on a website can be useful because, if visitors on your site see errors it can possibly scare them away.
On the other hand, seeing errors on your pages can assist you in troubleshooting issues, since you will see them as they occur. Visitors may also notify you when they receive an error, which can speed up the resolution process.
Concrete5 allows you to easily turn error logging on and off from the Dashboard.
Displaying or Hiding Errors in Concrete5:
|Hide errors from site visitors.||If you select this option, errors will not display on the website.|
|Show errors in page.||This option, if selected will allow errors to be displayed on your website.|
|1.||Creating a Group in Concrete5|
|2.||Working with Page Permissions in Concrete5|
|3.||Allowing Users to Define Time Zones in Concrete5|
|4.||Set your Concrete5 Login Destination|
|5.||How to Display or Hide Errors in Concrete5|
|6.||Enable Logging in Concrete5|
|7.||Viewing Application Exceptions & Emails Sent Logs in the Concrete5|
|8.||Block an IP in Concrete5|
|9.||Smart IP Banning in Concrete5|
|10.||Viewing PHP Errors in Concrete5|
|11.||Add Banned Words to Concrete5|
|12.||Enable Concrete5 Advanced Permissions|
|13.||Allow Public Registration in Concrete5|
|14.||Working with Advanced Public Registration Options in Concrete5|
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