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PHP / Perl
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- Overview of PHP
PHP is the most frequently used server-side programming language on webservers today and can be used to generate dynamic content, most commonly by interacting with a database, such as MySQL. Many server-side applications such as blogs, forums and content management systems are written in PHP w ...
- How can I learn more about PHP?
There are many resources on the web for learning about PHP and all that it can do for a website. Here are a few links you can use to view tutorials, documentation, and more. PHP Home Page - Has great online documentation, links to tutorials, examples, and more (not to mention the a PHP manual) ...
- Does LexiConn Support PHP 5? What About PHP 4?
PHP5 is the default version for all new servers and accounts. Otherwise, the version of PHP varies depending on the server your site is on. If you are on a server running PHP4 and need PHP5 for your applications, or if you have legacy applications that require PHP4 we can accomodate you, but i ...
- Configuring PHP to display errors and warnings on the webpage
By default, PHP errors are logged to a log file instead of to the screen. This is in place as a security measure, as the errors could potentially advise hackers of certain things regarding your account, including file paths. If you would prefer to have the PHP errors displayed on the screen (i ...
- How do I enable / disable PHP settings like register_globals or magic_quotes
Register Globals may be on or off by default depending on your server. If you would like to force register globals on or off you will need to add or a .htaccess file in your /www directory as follows: php_flag register_globals on OR php_flag register_globals off Similarly, "magic quotes" may ...
- How can I add a PHP pear module?
If you need a particular PEAR module installed on your server please send us a request at firstname.lastname@example.org In most cases we will be able to install the module for you.
- ASP is not supported
ASP or active server pages is a programming language developed by Microsoft and usually available on Windows-based servers running IIS. ASP pages will generally end in an .asp or .aspx file extension. Since LexiConn offers hosting services on Linux-based servers only we are unable to support a ...
- Where can I get an editor for PHP?
PHP scripts can be created or edited with any text program such as Notepad; however, there are many tools that can make creating PHP pages easier and faster. One of them is PHPEd, a commercial product with built-in functions, debugger, project management, and more. If you are searching for a f ...
- Can pages ending in .htm / .html be processed for PHP commands
You can enable .htm and .html pages to be processed by the PHP parser by adding the following to the .htaccess file in your /www directory: AddType application/x-httpd-php .php .php3 .htm .html If you would prefer, we can make these changes for you. Just email your request to support@lexiconn ...