Your absolute hosting path specifically points to your hosting account on our server's file system. Various applications or scripts may need your absolute hosting path to
When a visitor types your domain name in to their browser they are automatically directed to your website's default file. For example, to go to Yahoo!, you type yahoo.com. It
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.
Typically, there are two reasons why images might not display properly. Either your image was not uploaded to your Web server or the path to the image is incorrect.
PHP is automatically enabled in all of our hosting accounts. Once you activate your hosting account, you can create and upload PHP pages.
You can purchase and install any control panel on your dedicated server that you choose. You can also purchase one of the control panels options that we offer:Parallels Plesk