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NOTE: WE CAN'T CHANGE FOLLOWING PHP SETTINGS. PHP has been configured to use the following settings on our shared and reseller servers: _safe mode = on (can not adjust)_ _memory_limit = 256M ( Max )_ _max_excution_time = 30 ( Max in seconds)_ _max_input_time = 60 ( Max in seconds)_ _post_max_size = 64M ( Max )_ _upload_max_filesize = 64M ( Max )_ _enable_dl = off (can't ad...
WHAT IS PHP.INI? PHP.ini is very important configuration file for PHP that is used to customize behavior of PHP at runtime. This tutorial will show you how to setup your own php.ini file, explain some of the most commonly changed configuration settings, and how to modify those settings to your needs. PHP DEFAULT SETTINGS: The server is already configured with standard settings for PHP t...
Time and time again, we have helped users fix their hacked WordPress sites. Most of the time when they reach out to us, they have already cleaned up the site, and the hacker was able to get back in. This happens if you did not clean it up properly, or you did not know what you were looking for. In most cases that we found, there was a backdoor created by the hacker which allowed them to bypass ...
WHAT ARE MY WEBSITE RESOURCE USAGE LIMITS? FASTWEBHOST ensure that every website on shared hosting server receive a fair share of resources. Our VPS and Dedicated hosting include much more resources than a typical shared hosting services. Here are the limits. CPU LIMIT Each account includes 25% of CPU at least that it can burst to. If your account hits this limit, your website will slow down...
ACTIVATING CLOUDFLARE There are two ways to activate CloudFlare for an account: * Use the CloudFlare within cPanel. * Sign up on CloudFlare's web site directly. When you activate CloudFlare using the cPanel plugin, FastWebHost manages your web site's DNS settings. You can quickly and easily enable and disable CloudFlare for your domain and subdomains from within cPanel, as well as view bas...
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