A PHP initialization file is not always immediately recognized by the server. Here are tips for Linux and Windows Shared Hosting to get your PHP initialization file to take effect immediately.
NOTE: To check whether your php5.ini file takes effect, open a plain text editor and create a file called phpinfo.php. [...]
Too many files in a single folder/directory – 1,000 or more – causes severe performance problems on most file systems. If the files are already linked to in your HTML, simply moving them can be a hassle. Here’s a solution that moves your files and uses mod_rewrite to let you [...]
If you want to disable Alternative PHP Cache (APC), you can do so by modifying your php.ini file.
NOTE: Before you start, click here to see which version of the FTP File Manager is in your Control Panel. This help article applies to the Classic FTP File Manager. If you are using the New FTP File Manager, see Disabling APC on Your Hosting Account
If you want to disable [...]
PHP is a popular and simple server scripting language that enables Web developers to embed dynamic content into Web pages. PHP 5 is enabled for all Linux hosting accounts. PHP 5 is enabled for Windows hosting accounts running IIS 7, only.
For information on migrating an existing hosting account, [...]