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WordPress One-Click on Cloud Sites

click cms Content Management Systems one-click wordpress Cloud Sites We are pleased to introduce the WordPress Installer on Cloud Sites. This feature has been in the works for some time, so thank you for your patience as we worked this out. Now that this ...

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Installing an SSL certificate on Apache

This article is a continuation of Generate a CSR and will take you from creating and receiving your SSL cert from your authority of choice to installing it in apache. I've chosen to Apache since it is the most common web server on Linux and the Inter ...

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Are You Ready For The Holiday Rush? 5 Survival Tips

Author: Joseph Palumbo , Cloud Usability Team Leader INTRODUCTION While consumers are thinking about which gifts to buy their friends and family, businesses are crossing their fingers hoping that their web platform will survive the holiday rush. Did you k ...

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How do I use a .htaccess file?

For a comprehensive explanation on how to use a .htaccess file and how to create one, please see one or both of the following links: .htaccess-Guide.com's "How to use .htaccess" JavascriptKit.com's "Comprehensive guide to .htacces ...

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How Can I Password Protect My Cloud Sites Website?

You can password protect your website, or any of its directories, through basic authentication using a .htaccess file. PHP must be set as the default technology for a site in order to utilize a .htaccess file. If used on a site where ASP is also an enable ...

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How Do I Deny Certain IP Addresses From Accessing My Site on Cloud Sites?

On Cloud Sites, due to our unique hosting environment, we require a slight addition to the code used for the Allow/Deny feature. Basically the issue is that the requesting IP coming into a server is the IP of our load balancing server instead of the visit ...

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How do I change the post max size value?

In an .htaccess file in the same directory as the executing script, include this line: php_value post_max_size ?M Replace "?" with the with the required value needed such as 16. Our default post_max_size value is set to 8MBs. Cloud Sites Web Ser ...

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How do I change the default character set for PHP?

In an .htaccess file placed in the directory you want to have the character set changed on, include this line: php_value default_charset ? Replace the "?" with the character set required for your site, such as ISO-8859-1. Note: Cloud Sites has a ...

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How do I change the PHP maximum execution time?

In an .htaccess file in the same directory as the executing script, include this line: php_value max_execution_time ? Replace "?" with the with the value you need to replace it with. Our default time is set to 30 seconds and a successful modific ...

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How Do I Change The PHP Memory Limit Value?

Include this line in an .htaccess file in the same directory as the script: php_value memory_limit ?M Replace ? with the appropriate megabyte value. Our default size is set to 128MB, and a successful modification of the memory limit will show in your PHP ...

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How do I enable directory listing in PHP?

In a .htaccess file, insert the following line: Options +Indexes Directory listing is disabled by default on our system Cloud Sites Web Servers ...

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How Do I Stop PHP Scripts From Executing In A Directory?

In an .htaccess file placed in the directory you want to stop scripts include this line: removehandler .php Then simply add the file extensions you wish to stop. Cloud Sites Web Servers ...

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How do I set up error pages for my PHP site?

You can use an .htaccess file to create custom error pages for your site's defaulted to PHP. ErrorDocument "code" "location of error document" For example, with a 404 error: ErrorDocument 404 /404.html You can use this directive t ...

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How do I install my own PEAR Module?

You can deploy PEAR modules and other useful scripts locally on your site by modifying PHP's include_path . The default include_path on a Cloud Site is: .:/usr/share/pear:/usr/share/php To add another location for PHP to search for modules, just appe ...

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How can I do a 301 redirect?

Please note: The following examples are specific to PHP technology and will only work if the Cloud Site is configured to utilize this technology. This will not work for IIS (ASP / ASP.NET). Please see this article for converting a site from Windows (IIS) ...

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How do I enable CGI scripting within my root folder?

You will need to add the following line inside your .htaccess file, and this will allow you to run CGI files within 'content', instead of placing them inside the 'CGI-BIN' folder: Options +ExecCGI Cloud Sites Web Servers ...

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How do I change the default character set for HTML?

In an .htaccess file placed in the directory you want to have the character set changed on, include the following lines: AddDefaultCharset ? # Or AddType 'text/html; charset=?' html DefaultLanguage en-US Replace the "?" with the charac ...

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How do I enable Server Side Includes?

You can activate SSI using .htaccess with the following directives: AddType text/html .shtml AddHandler server-parsed .shtml Options Indexes FollowSymLinks Includes Note : You cannot serve CGI or PHP content using SSI. For this, we recommend using somethi ...

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How can I view any PHP errors?

On a PHP-based site, a blank white screen is usually indicative of a PHP error.  By default, Cloud Sites will store PHP errors under  the /log folder in FTP to a file named “php_errors.log”. To view the error on the page itself, you can create or edit an ...

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How do I change the PHP maximum upload file size?

In an .htaccess file in the same directory as the upload script, include this line: php_value upload_max_filesize ?M Replace "?" with the applicable value. Our default size is set to 2MB and a successful modification of the max upload size will ...

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