Last Updated on Monday, 4 February 2013 03:23 Written by Mourad Dmeiri Wednesday, 6 February 2013 12:00
In this post, I will show you how you can find the status of your domain. This is very useful in case everything shows fine in your configuration and name server setup but the domain is still not resolving.
To find information about any domain, go to: http://whois.domaintools.com
Enter the domain name that you wish to check and click “search”. You will be able to see information about:Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 27 November 2010 09:44 Written by Mourad Dmeiri Thursday, 25 November 2010 05:16
Many of us have wondered, how can we change some of the PHP directives to match some script requirements? Even though this might sound complicated, it is much easier than it looks.
First, we should know a few facts about PHP directives and where they reside. We have 3 levels of php.ini file levels:
1) Server global php.ini (this file resides in the server configuration and this cannot be edited by the users in a shared hosting environment).
2) User global php.ini (this file usually resides in the main folder for a user website, like public_html and this serves all the php scripts that fall under the user account).
3) User local php.ini file (this file is not limited to a specific path and can be deployed by the user wherever he feels he needs to change some parameters for some script).Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 27 November 2010 09:25 Written by Mourad Dmeiri Wednesday, 24 November 2010 05:41
This tutorial describes the basics of optimizing your space usage on your account, and identifying which files are being accessed frequently (and which are not) to better manage your website.
The control panel provides 2 very useful tools which we will discuss here:Learn More
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 September 2009 08:22 Written by Mourad Dmeiri Thursday, 24 September 2009 08:22
You can block email addresses on your account by:
- logging into your cPanel account.
- under mail section, click on SpamAssassin icon
- if Spamassassin is disabled, click on enable
- click on configure Spamassassin
- enter the email address or the email range using the wildcard * in the appropriate field
- click on save
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 July 2009 10:57 Written by Mourad Dmeiri Sunday, 24 May 2009 09:56
Follow the steps below to reset your Boonex Dolphin’s Admin password:
1) Login to cPanel
2) Go into PHPMyAdmin
3) Click on the database you want to modify, it typically has “dol1″ or “dol2″ or something similar in the name
4) Go into the “Admin” table
3)Click “empty” on the top right and empty it out
4)Click insert on the top for the same “Admins” table
5)Put the username you want to use in the first blank box to the right of the drop down in the coloumn “Name”
6)For “Password”, click on the drop down menu and choose “MD5″, then put in the password you want to use.
Now, you will be able to login to your Dolphin admin with username and password you chose. If you have any problems, feel free to let the Arvixe staff know. Please paste your comments below.Learn More
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