Step 9. Monitor your site 
B. Set up parameters of monitoring  
Press GO > Monitor site uptime (or Features > 
Monitoring). Select your Web site from the Project drop down 
menu, and then switch to the 
tab. Here you need to 
specify which of your server parameters you want to monitor: 
Select services and server ports to be monitored
Highlight services available for monitoring
. Web CEO 
will test your server or host to detect which parameters can 
be watched by the Datacenter. Available options highlight 
as shown in the screenshot.  
You can check the 
 option and the 
Host ping 
This tells you if visitors can connect to your server or 
hosting company and see your Web pages.  
You probably want to check some of the advanced options: 
The Download time monitoring option enables you to monitor 
the speed of downloads (Web pages, images, etc.)  
The Content monitoring option warns you when text (a word 
or phrase) is missing on your site or vice versa.  
The Additional ports monitoring option enables watching 
services such as FTP, HTTPS or specific port numbers.  
After you have set up the monitoring parameters, press 
Apply and go on to create the alert announcements that 
you and other people in charge of your Web site get when 
an error occurs. 
Warning: If your server does not support monitoring of 
certain parameters, you will start getting error notifications 
shortly after monitoring has started. If this happens, go back 
to the 
 tab and uncheck the options that your server 
doesn t support.



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