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_NOTE: please review the basic How to Update Apache [1] before continuing. This article continues with advanced options for Apache/PHP._ In the EasyApache utility, there is an option for Exhaustive Options List. These options span several screens, a...
Several options exist for handling web server errors. For example, rather than showing the standard ugly error page that pops up when you reach a website that doesn't currently exist you can make your error page pretty! Useful! Fancy! DEFAULT The d...
PHP5 is now the default on all our servers nothing extra needs to be done to use it. If you come across an instance where it is not, please open a ticket and let us know.
As a web designer or developer, it is important to know how to use the htaccess file to your advantage. It is a very powerful tool, and can even work as a deterrent for bandwidth thieves, exploits, and hackers. Below are some common examples of rules t...
You can now modify the PHP version on your domain super easily, if you're a current Shared hosting customer, with the PHP Selector module in cPanel. USING PHP SELECTOR WHAT IS PHP SELECTOR? PHP Selector resides in your cPanel dashboard. You can mo...
Sometimes, your site may require a local adjustment to the default or system-wide php.ini values. This might be to increase the maximum file size allowed to upload through a form, or some other setting. Most of our systems run PHP with suPHP, which ...
A shared hosting environment offers interesting concerns for all parties involved with Sessions being no different. This tip is specific for PHP but the principles apply to other languages as well. Before moving on it's highly recommended to first rea...
This is mostly caused by the script used not supporting PHP 5.3, which deprecates various functions and directives. Your software will need to either be updated to the latest version or adjusted to work with PHP 5.3. DEPRECATED FEATURES IN PHP 5.3.X ...
See how to modify the PHP version of your domain in our handy Modify the PHP Version On Your Domain [1]. Links: ------ [1] https://support.hostnine.com/index.php?/default_import/Knowledgebase/Article/View/209/0/modify-the-php-version-on-your-domain
Before you begin, you may wish to review the cPanel Apache Configuration Guide: http://docs1.cpanel.net/twiki/bin/view/EasyApache3/WebHome [1] Your WHM control panel includes an option to configure Apache options under Software -> Apache Update. ...
There are several instances that may require you to modify a setting in the php.ini file for your website, such as increasing the PHP upload limit. We definitely permit the use of a custom php.ini file, but there are some requirements involved just to ...
PHP 5.5 [1] is available to ALL of our customers. We maintain PHP 5.5 as part of our standard web application stack available to our customers which includes PHP 5.3, as the default PHP processor, and PHP 5.4 along with the latest PHP 5.5 as alternate ...
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