PHP 5.3 Deprecated Functions Warnings

1. If you are using some kind of CMS applications for building your site, please update the application to the latest version which will automatically change the deprecated variables. 2. If you are using custom coding for your site, please change the below deprecated functions with the compatible functions given for fixing the warnings. Deprecated […]

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Inherit PHP Values In Your Local php.ini To All Subdirectories

Often, we create a custom php.ini file within public_html to temporarily modify certain PHP values within our domain. However, this file is not inherited as the php values in .htaccess were, it only effects the directory it is located in. If you are setting up custom php settings, the custom php.ini file will be required […]

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How To Create PHP Info page

There may be times when you might want to view your account’s php settings. In order to do that you will have to create a phpinfo page. PHPInfo pages help in verifying what php modules are installed/loading properly, or to see which php.ini a site is using. Here are the steps that you can follow […]

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Modifying Default PHP Values In A suPHP Environment

Let’s find out how you can Modify Default PHP Values in a suPHP environment. You might encounter situations where you would want to temporarily modify the value of any default PHP setting, for your CMS or for other php files to work. Typical scenarios are where you encounter PHP memory errors, where you want to […]

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Exceeding The Maximum Allowed Databases

‘Sorry, you have exceeded the maximum allowed databases’. At times, you might encounter this error while trying to create a database from within your cPanel, that too when you don’t have even a single database in your account. The only thing you need to confirm at this point is your plan/package with us. Our ‘budget’ […]

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Change MySQL User Password

This feature allows you to change passwords for a database user. As this feature does not require the old password, this can be useful if a password is compromised or forgotten. To change the user password, follow these steps – 1. Log in to cPanel. 2. Select option “MySQL databases” under tab “Databases”. 3. Select […]

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How To Change The Password For Database

Changing the Password for a MySQL Database Changing the password for a MySQL database is a simple task, but after changing the password, you also need to update the password in the configuration files in the site, so as to make your site function properly. Steps to follow to change MySQL password: 1) Log in […]

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Back Up And Restore Database In Plesk

Plesk provides various options to manage databases under the account. Here are the steps to take backup of the databases – 1. Log in to the Plesk Control Panel. 2. Click on ‘Home’. It will list the domains under your account. Now, click on the domain name under which the database exists. 3. You will […]

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Find out your cPanel MysQL version

How To Find MySQL Version From cPanel

If you want to find the MySQL version of the server where the domain is hosted, you can do it easily from within your cPanel. Here are the steps you’ll need to follow – 1. Log in to the cPanel of the domain. 2. Go to cPanel. 3. Go to Databases. 4. Click on phpMyadmin. […]

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How to Adjust the Upload Limit for WordPress, Joomla etc.

When trying to upload images over a certain size your will sometimes get errors through WordPress, Joomla and other CMS. Follow these steps to fix that. If you have a wordpress hosting account, log in to cPanel. Go to File Manager. Navigate to the public_folder and look for the file php.ini if you can´t see […]

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