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How do I send mail from my website using PHP?
Viewed 11719 times since Mon, Nov 9, 2009
You can send emails directly from your PHP website hosted on your shared Linux (Apache) package. Below you can find a sample code to do so. As “From” address you fill in an email address of your own domain name f.i. webmaster@your-domain.... Read More
Install Joomla 2.5
Viewed 11092 times since Mon, Apr 30, 2012
Download the latest version of Joomla on the following site: http://www.joomla.org/download.html Upload all files to your wwwroot folder Surf to your website to start the installation of Joomla Select the installation language o... Read More
How does the connection between PHP and MSSQL work?
Viewed 3403 times since Mon, Jul 23, 2012
A native php mssql driver nl. sqlsrv_connect ipv mssql_connect is used You will find more information on the following link: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc296189(SQL.90).aspx Example of a connection: <?php /* Specify the server and con... Read More
Is Zend Engine supported?
Viewed 2786 times since Mon, Jul 23, 2012
Zend Engine is supported by us. PHP is an "interpreted language"; this means that the source code needs to be parsed and compiled every time, before it can be executed. The interpretation is done by: a web server through a PHP processor module ... Read More
Which PHP version is installed on the server? Which modules are available?
Viewed 2705 times since Tue, Nov 18, 2008
You can discover this easily by creating a php file yourself with the following code:  <?php phpinfo(); ?> Place this page on your web space via e.g. FTP. Read More
How do I recognize PHP pages/scripts?
Viewed 2533 times since Tue, Nov 18, 2008
You can recognize PHP pages by the file extension. Normally this is .php (or less used: .php3, .php4, .php5, .phtml). Php code looks as follows: <?phpand ?> Read More
How do I track problems in my PHP website?
Viewed 2147 times since Fri, Jan 21, 2011
Because of security reasons we don't display PHP errors to the visitor on our shared environments. Due to the structure of our environment it is not possible to log default PHP errors, as we are doing now for visitors and apache error logs. We ca... Read More
What is PHP?
Viewed 2000 times since Thu, Nov 27, 2008
PHP (officially "PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor") is an often used open source scripting language that is specially designed to develop dynamic web applications and can be integrated into HTML. It can also work in a database to store the data. This scr... Read More
Are PDO and SQLite supported on the shared hosting?
Viewed 1965 times since Tue, Jul 24, 2012
Yes, the libraries PDO & SQLite are supported these are active on the shared hosting environment with php7.   Read More
Is ionCube Encoder/Loader supported?
Viewed 1746 times since Thu, Jul 19, 2012
We support ionCube Encoder/Loader. Companies can protect the PHP source code of their applications. ionCube Encoder protects the code through an advanced encoding technology. This software is billable and needs to be purchased and used by the custome... Read More
Can I use PHP on IIS 7 (Windows hosting)?
Viewed 1695 times since Tue, Nov 18, 2008
Yes, you can use PHP 5 on Windows hosting with IIS7. You cannot however use permissions and htaccess files. Read More
Where can I find the PHP manual?
Viewed 1490 times since Tue, Nov 18, 2008
You can find an extensive manual on all the PHP features on the website of PHP. Read More
Is Zend Guard/Optimizer supported?
Viewed 1132 times since Mon, Jul 23, 2012
Zend Guard/Optimizer is not supported by us. Companies can protect the PHP source code of their applications. Through "Zend Guard" (formerly "Zend Encoder"), which is billable software, the code can be protected through an advanced encoding technolog... Read More
How do I hide any PHP errors on my website?
Viewed 941 times since Tue, Jul 24, 2012
If you are still testing your website and you don’t want people to see any possible PHP errors, you can create a .htaccess file with the following flag: php_flag display_errors off If you would like to see the PHP errors again, you can... Read More