How to Add a Custom HTTP Header in WebSitePanel

Applied on : WebSitePanel (Windows) Hosting

We use custom headers to send instructions from the web server to client browsers that are not yet supported in the current HTTP specification, such as newer HTTP headers that Internet Information Services may not inherently support at the time of the product’s release. For example, we can use a custom HTTP header to allow the client browser to cache the page, but prevent proxy servers from caching the page.

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How to Create Custom Error Pages in WebSitePanel

Applied on: WebSitePanel (Windows) Hosting

Use this tab to customize HTTP error messages that are sent to clients when web server errors occur. It is possible to use generic default HTTP 1.1 errors, detailed custom error files that IIS provides, or create your own custom error files.

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How to Convert the Format of Images in cPanel

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.

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