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Note: As of Wordpress 3.8, Wordpress employs an SVG logo for the administration page logo, the following fix will also allow this image to properly show.
In order to properly show SVG image types within the Cloud Sites PHP...
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When serving content from your Cloud Sites, you may occasionally receive the "Connection timed out - please try again" error.  We're here to shed a little light on this issue, and tell you about the steps we have taken to...
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When serving content from your Cloud Sites, you may occasionally receive the "Connection timed out - please try again" error.  We're here to shed a little light on this issue, and tell you about the steps we have taken to...
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NOTE: This article is written for our Classic Cloud Control Panel. You can access this interface from the New Cloud Control Panel by clicking your username in the upper-right of the control panel and selecting "Classic Cloud...
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In this article we're going to take a look at the .htaccess file and the web.config file. We'll discuss what they are, and how they're used with Cloud Sites.
If you are using Windowa IIS, ASP/.NET then please click the web.config...
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Session state servers are being implemented for PHP applications. This will improve the performance of most sites by setting the default session handler to the state servers. Session data will be accessible from all PHP web nodes...
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Apache

If you are finding there is a MIME Type that is not defined, you can define this via your .htaccess. The code you need to add is:
AddType MIMETYPE .extensionSo for example, to add the MIME type for a QuickTime *.MOV or *.QT file...
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FTP

When serving content from your Cloud Sites, you may occasionally receive the "Connection timed out - please try again" error.  We're here to shed a little light on this issue, and tell you about the steps we have taken to...
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Linux MySQL

When serving content from your Cloud Sites, you may occasionally receive the "Connection timed out - please try again" error.  We're here to shed a little light on this issue, and tell you about the steps we have taken to...
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Caching

When serving content from your Cloud Sites, you may occasionally receive the "Connection timed out - please try again" error.  We're here to shed a little light on this issue, and tell you about the steps we have taken to...
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You can use the following in a .htaccess file to change the default document on your PHP based sites:
DirectoryIndex filename.htmlThis would cause filename.html to be treated as your default page, or default directory page. You...
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IIS and ASP.NET

In this article we're going to take a look at the .htaccess file and the web.config file. We'll discuss what they are, and how they're used with Cloud Sites.
If you are using Windowa IIS, ASP/.NET then please click the web.config...
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