Last Updated on Sunday, 6 February 2011 09:44 Written by Naveed Ashraf Thursday, 3 February 2011 04:56
Applied on: cPanel (Linux) Accounts
The Convert Image Format function in cPanel allows you to change the format of an image to another file type, such as changing a .jpg to a .bmp. cPanel includes an application for converting image file formats. Once you have uploaded the image to your website, it can be selected and converted through cPanel’s format converter. Any of the supported file types can be converted from one type to another using this application. Once the conversion is complete, the new file is placed in the same directory as the original file by default.Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 30 January 2011 01:01 Written by Naveed Ashraf Friday, 21 January 2011 11:24
Applied on: cPanel Hosting
Here, I will describe many common error codes in cPanel. We may use these error codes to specify our own custom error pages through the .htaccess file. For example, suppose you want to a customize a page for anyone who experiences an internal server error, you would put this in the .htaccess file:Learn More
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 December 2010 02:09 Written by Noah S Wednesday, 29 December 2010 02:09The Arvixe Icons for cPanel are to provide you with extra information about your account and also give you easy access to other features of Arvixe Web Hosting. There are currently 9 options for the Arvixe control panel. The range from learning more about using your account to changing settings of your hosting account. Learn More
Last Updated on Friday, 8 July 2011 10:41 Written by Rodolfo Hernandez Tuesday, 28 December 2010 12:04
What is a favicon? A favicon is a small image (usually 16×16) that is shown on the address bar, Tab bar and the bookmark menu when you load up your site. It gives a good style to your website.
Example of favicon: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
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