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Dec
23
2011
3:27 pm

How to activate ionCube PHP Loader / Zend optimizer for my account?

You might need to activate the ionCube PHP Loader / Zend Optimizer for your scripts to work properly. Please note that this can be done via the php.ini file for your account. You can easily manage the php.ini file from the PHP Configuration menu in the hosting Control Panel (Advanced > PHP Configuration). There are[continue...]


Dec
23
2011
2:53 pm

I get “Internal Server Error 500” on my website, how do I fix this? :: Domains And Subdomains

A "500 Internal Server Error" message usually indicates a problem on the server-side. It could be a script that malfunctioned or improper settings in your .htaccess file, but it always indicates that your browser was able to reach the server but the server was unable to serve the requested page. Here are several possible reasons[continue...]


Dec
23
2011
1:19 am

How to use different PHP versions for your websites?

In case that some of your applications require PHP 4 and others need PHP 5, here is an easy solution for you: Let's say that your account is set to use PHP 4 and one of your sites runs only on PHP 5. To set the PHP 5 environment for a specific domain, go to[continue...]


Dec
23
2011
1:18 am

How the edit your account’s php.ini settings?

There are two different ways to edit the php.ini for your account.   By default, the editing options are set in Basic mode where you can easily switch on and off all important PHP settings. To save your changes you need to use the "Save Changes" button. If an error occurs, you can always restore[continue...]


Dec
23
2011
1:17 am

How to change the PHP version settings for my account?

To change the PHP version for your account you must know which version you need to use and click on its corresponding radio button in the "Choose a PHP Version" form.


Dec
23
2011
1:16 am

What is the difference between PHP 4 and PHP 5?

There are several specificities in the configuration and in the way certain functions and expressions are handled. PHP 4 has a larger installed base at this point, but since PHP is a server-side script, this will hardly affect the end user. PHP 5 represents a newer release, which offers some improvements over PHP 4 and[continue...]


Dec
23
2011
1:15 am

What is PHP?

PHP stays for Hypertext Preprocessor and is an open source server-side programming language that is used for running web scripts and for processing data passed via the CGI (Common Gateway Interface) from HTML forms etc. PHP can be written as scripts that reside on the server and may produce HTML output that downloads to the[continue...]