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View or Change Your PHP Version

Most of our hosting accounts support some version of PHP. If your account does, which...

php.ini/user.ini Changes Not Taking Effect

If you made changes to your Website's PHP initialization file ( php.ini or user.ini )...

Disabling APC on Your Hosting Account

If you want to disable Alternative PHP Cache (APC), you can do so by modifying your...

PHP Compatibility and Hosting Quick-Install Applications

PHP is a popular and simple server scripting language that enables Web developers to...

What is open_basedir?

The open_basedir function defines the locations or paths from which PHP is allowed to...

Do you disable any PHP functions on your Linux hosting accounts?

The PHP 5 function register_globals is turned off by default. To change the status of...

Which PHP file extensions can I use with my hosting account?

Linux hosting accounts support PHP 5. Depending on the contents of your .htaccess...

Installing PEAR on Linux Web Hosting

The file PEAR provides ( go-pear.php ) currently has a bug that prevents its default...

Enable Custom PHP Modules

If you want to use custom PHP modules, you can manage them through a PHP...

What filename does my PHP initialization file need to use?

PHP initialization files can manage form, server, and environmental variables as well...

Finding Your Account's PHP Version Using Phpinfo

The easiest way to find your PHP settings for an account is to upload a PHP info...

Why did I receive a timezone error with my PHP website?

If you use a custom PHP initialization file file with your Linux hosting account...

PHP Upload Limits on Shared Hosting

Your default PHP upload limit depends on the type of hosting account you have ( more...

Connecting to a MySQL Database on Your Linux Hosting Account Using PHP

Below is a code sample for connecting to a MySQL database using PHP. <?php...

What do I do when I receive a PHP header error message?

Error Messages: Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie - headers...

Do your Linux hosting plans support Non-parsed Headers?

No. Our hosting plans do not support non-parsed headers (NPH). If you have older CGI...

Do you support PHP-Nuke?

All of our Linux® hosting accounts support the use of PHP-Nuke. Please check out...

Do you support fsockopen?

Yes, we do. You can use fsockopen on all of our PHP-enabled hosting plans for TCP...

Do you run PHP in safe mode on your Linux hosting servers?

No, we do not run PHP in safe mode on our Linux® hosting servers. For more...

Can I use extensionless PHP files?

For security reasons, you cannot use extensionless PHP files on your website without...

How often do you empty the /tmp folder on your Linux hosting servers?

All "temp" files created in the /tmp directory on our Linux servers will be...

Using Server Variable ($_SERVER) Elements with PHP 5

Our Linux hosting accounts run in CGI mode. When PHP 5 runs in this mode, the server...

Can I run both PHP 4 and PHP 5 applications on my hosting account?

No. Starting August 1, 2012 we removed older versions of PHP from our Linux and...

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