No, we do not run PHP in safe mode on our Linux® hosting servers.
PHP (or PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) is a commonly used and simple, yet powerful Web server scripting language used for embedding dynamic content into HTML Web pages.
To change the status of a function, you can use custom initialization (php5.ini) files. For more information, see What filename does my PHP initialization file need to use?
Linux hosting accounts support PHP 5. Depending on the contents of your .htaccess file, you can use a .php5 file extension.
PHP is automatically enabled in all of our hosting accounts. Once you activate your hosting account, you can create and upload PHP pages.
By default, Parallels Plesk Panel sets PHP to "safe mode" during installation. To take PHP out of "safe mode," you need to remote connect to your dedicated server and modify
You can access MySQL databases directly through PHP scripts. This lets you read and write data to your database directly from your website.
Yes, our hosting accounts support RSS feeds. Using ASP or PHP, you can import RSS feeds into your Web pages or you can create an RSS feed for your website or blog.
Below is a code sample for connecting to a MySQL database using PHP.
Yes, we do. You can use fsockopen on all of our PHP-enabled hosting plans for TCP ports 80 and 443.