The public_html directory is the folder to place in web readable files. Files placed below the public_html folder will not be visable on the web. The www folder is what is called a symlink. This points to the public_html folder and generally is used as a shorthand is cgi scripts for the path. Instead of [...]
The webservers looks for an index file first. This can be called index.html, index.php, index.shtml, index.cgi or index.pl by default. If no index file is found an index of the entire directory will be down instead.
Your account username is included in the welcome email sent when you account is set up. Generally it is the first 8 letters of your domain name (minus the suffix such as .com). If you domain name is less than 8 letters than your username will be your domain name minux the suffix. For instance [...]
If you have reached one of your account limits please contact a Sales Rep to request additional resources or upgrade to the next plan up. Additional you can use the Admin Center control panel to upgrade your package automatically.
Most servers now have both PHP4 and PHP5 available to them. To use PHP5 just call the page extension .php5. There was no other changes to be made. For more advance users you can add the following handler in your .htaccess file to control php5:AddType application/x-httpd-php5 .phpIf you find your server does not support PHP5 [...]
You can enable ioncube on shared hosting servers on our cloudlinux platform (these servers are named webhostingXXXX.interserver.net) from your cPanel interface. To do this, please follow the below given steps: First log into cpanel. Click on the option "Select PHP version" Instead of native (the default) select another PHP version. Check php.net for the [...]
On Linux packages extra domain names on the same account is supported. If you have any questions contact our support department by opening a new ticket.