Hey there, folks! Today, we’re going to talk about the rather contentious subject of global variables in PHP. If you’re working with PHP, you’re probably going to run into them at one point or another – better you understand them right out the door, rather than having to learn them on the fly, right?
As a webmaster, you’re eventually going to deal with an abusive user (or several). It’s more or less an inevitable hurdle to doing business online. Maybe they’re spamming your comments section, flooding your server with requests, or harassing your other readers. Either way, you want to get them gone before they cause you any more of a headache than they already have.
Hey there, folks! Today, we’re going to have a chat about PHP – more specifically, one of the most important files in any PHP installation. I’m talking about php.ini. This handy little file is used for everything from installing php libraries to updating plugins to configuring your entire server – so it’s kind of important. And it’s also more than a little distressing when you can’t find it. Today, we’re going to go over a few tips, tricks, and methods you can use to locate your PHP configuration file when it isn’t where it’s supposed to be.Read More
Python and PHP are among the most popular web development languages in the world. Each has its own strengths, weaknesses, and quirks. But which of the two is superior? More importantly, which one is a better choice for your business?
Today’s demo video is a video showing you how to add a domain alias in cPanel. This process is quite a bit different than within Plesk as things are labelled differently in cPanel. Although not difficult, it is important to get it right the first time.
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This demo video is all about setting up a 301 redirect using cPanel. If you are looking to change domains names or simply combine URLs, using the 301 redirect will let you do so without losing all the benefits of your SEO efforts. If you’re using Plesk 10 and need to setup a 301 redirect check out our earlier demo video, here.
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Today’s demo video is all about removing or deleting a MySQL database and its associated user account from your cPanel control panel. It is important to pay attention when you are removing a database from your hosting account as it could inadvertently make certainly parts of your website malfunction if it is being used.
Make sure you are 100% certain that the database you are going to remove is not being used or no longer needed.
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Today’s demo video is on a topic that can be a bit confusing to newcomers to mysql databases and cPanel. Although the task is not super difficult, it is important that you complete all the steps or it’s possible your database may not function as intended.
We have outlined how to create the mysql database using your cPanel hosting control panel and create a database user and associate that user with the newly created database. Sounds like a mouthful but it’s worth the watch.
Let us know if you have any questions about this or anything else hosting related. Connect with us on twitter – we would love to hear form you.
Unlike Plesk, cPanel does not have a built-in email alias management tool. However, there are ways around this so that you can setup email accounts that act as aliases to different accounts. To do this, you will need to setup email forwarding in your cPanel hosting account. We have created a video tutorial taking you through the steps to setup email forwarding for any account on your domain.
Unfortunately, it is a couple extra steps when using it as an alias, but it gets the job done.
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Removing an email address or email account is a fairly easy task. However, there are a few things you should be aware of before completely deleting any account. Mainly, if you are using IMAP as your email protocol, then all of your stored messages will be deleted as soon as you remove the account from cPanel.
If you are removing the account simply to rename it or change the email address, then make sure you have a backup of all the messages on the server in a local folder, as they will all be deleted once the account is removed.
Here is a demo video on how to delete an email address in your cPanel hosting account.
2019 is ramping up to be a busy year for ServerMania, and we are excited to introduce a completely redesigned client experience to you. We have recently upgraded our Dedicated Servers pricing page, order form, and client management control panel Surge and we’d like to introduce some of the key functionality to you so that you can make the most of your hosting experience with ServerManiaRead More
We’re proud to announce the addition of a brand-new data center to our expanding global network. After consulting with clients to determine where ServerMania should expand to next, we received overwhelming support for a location that can deliver clients with low-latency connectivity throughout the Asia-Pacific region, including New Zealand, Australia, and Southeast Asia.Read More
In 2016, the Amsterdam data center industry grew by 30%. In 2017, it expanded even faster, a trend that is expected to continue into 2018 and beyond. Due to this increased interest by our clients in Amsterdam, earlier this year, we announced the introduction of our Amsterdam data center to the global network of ServerMania data centers.
We’re proud to announce that ServerMania has two huge new additions to our hardware portfolio – Intel’s revolutionary Xeon Scalable Processors. Available immediately to our dedicated hosting clients, the Intel Xeon Silver 4114 and Xeon Gold 5118 will replace the Dual E5-2630v4 and Dual E52650v4. Let’s talk a bit about what this means – and how you might leverage our new tech for your own business.Read More