Use Website PHP.ini with Composer

Some websites require a custom php.ini file due to default settings for a server. Therefore, some tasks will require you to specify to use that custom php.ini file path instead of the server default. For example, shared hosting users may use this method when software follows the server php settings by default. You can view Read More >

How to turn magic_quotes_gpc off

Many Open Source Software programs like Drupal, Prestashop, Joomla, Etc., require magic_quotes_gpc to be turned off. The snapshot to the right shows the magic quotes On in the phpinfo.php page. This article will show you how to turn maging_quotes_gpc off on your server. Turning magic_quotes_gpc off Login into your cPanel. Go to the File Manager, Read More >

Changing the upload_max_filesize in php.ini

There are a few common errors that occur in WordPress and other PHP-based programs that use the php.ini for certain settings. One of the most common of these settings is the maximum upload filesize (“upload_max_filesize“). This is a setting commonly found within a file known as the php.ini file.  Here’s an example screenshot of a Read More >

How to enable html files to display php code

When creating your own site, you have many options. The basic files, particularly on Linux servers like the ones used for our hosting accounts, are either generally either html (files ending in the extension .html or .htm) or php (files ending in the extension .php) files. HTML is the markup language for displaying content and Read More >

Language code list for PHP programs

Websites that are geared for multi-language support have special codes you can use to display your admin sections in the language of your preference. An example of where this is used is the interface language of programs like MediaWiki, DokuWiki, or TikiWiki. You need to use a special code in the configuration file for the Read More >

Choosing the best PHP handler

In this article we’ll discuss the different PHP handler options that you have to choose from on your VPS (Virtual Private Server) or dedicated server running cPanel. A PHP handler defines the method that Apache uses to communicate back and forth with your PHP scripts. Knowing the differences between PHP handlers can help ensure you’re Read More >