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PHP: Make Custom PHP Changes Using A .user.ini File

At times, you will want to use software that requires a custom php.ini file or custom PHP configuration changes such as increasing the memory limit or upload limit that your site is allowed. Since these are settings that we can not change on a server-wide basis, you would need to […]

PHP: Setup your Own PHP PEAR Environment

In this article, we will show you how to setup your own PEAR Environment for PHP. This article assumes that you have basic knowledge of SSH and how to login to SSH. 1) Login to your account via SSH 2) Let us first ensure that we are not already running a custom […]

PHP: Create a PHPInfo File

Often times you need to find out specific server configuration information is needed in order to install and run a specific web application or script, or just to troubleshoot your server in general. You can easily create a phpinfo file to access a great deal of this info in just […]

PHP: Repair “headers already sent” errors

How To Repair “headers already sent” PHP Errors Sometimes you my see an issue loading your site ( sometimes a 500 error ) and when you look into the Apache logs, you see a similar message: PHP Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at […]

PHP: Set or change a websites timezone using .user.ini

You can change the default timezone by using a custom .user.ini. Below are the steps needed to set this up. 1) You will first need to login to the account using SSH. Alternatively, you can use File Manager in your control panel. 2) Next, create a .user.ini file our public_html directory. For more information […]

How To View Your PHP Info Page

At any given time we have multiple installations of PHP running and available for use. These versions are 100% separate of each other and contain their own pre-configured modules and extensions specific to the version its running. This allows you to be able to test your application/website on a older, current and newer version of […]

Apache: How to change your PHP version

Here at Site5, we offer multiple versions of PHP. Below we have outlined the current versions available and how to use them. Currently, the default version of PHP is 5.5.x. If you want to use PHP 5.3.x, 5.4.x, or 5.5.x explicitly, just add one of the following commands to your .htaccess file. […]

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