Are you new to web development? Have you heard about PHP and wonder what it's all about? Read this article first.
In this article, we cover permissions for PHP scripts along with other essentials to help you manage your PHP scripts. Tags: PHP, file permissions
You can use the phpinfo() function to view detailed information about the PHP environment, configuration settings, and more.
How you change the PHP version and settings depends on the type of hosting account that you have. Read this article for everything you need to know.
You can use php.ini files to customize a wide range of PHP settings for your web site. Learn how here.
The directives in php.ini files allow you to control many settings for your web site. For example, you can control error logging, specify time zone information, and more.
If you have a managed VPS or Flex Dedicated Server, you can use .htaccess files to customize a wide range of PHP settings for your web site. Learn how here.
These articles explain how to set various PHP directives in an .htaccess file. For example, you can control error logging, specify time zone information, and more. Please note that these articles only apply to managed VPS or Flex Dedicated Server accounts.
Learn how to run PHP scripts from cron jobs using the PHP command-line interpreter. This method is faster and more efficient than using curl or wget to run a PHP script.
There are several ways you can send e-mail messages from your hosting account by using PHP. Learn more in this article.
There are several ways you can set the include path in PHP. Learn about them here.
PEAR packages are reusable PHP code libraries that you can use in your own projects. Learn how to install and configure them here.
You can use the function_exists() function to determine if a particular PHP function is available for your web site.
There are several reasons why visitors to your web site might receive "500 Internal Server Error" messages. Learn about these causes and how to minimize them here.
When you try to parse XML data in a PHP script file, you may receive a "String could not be parsed as XML" error message. This article describes some possible causes and ways to troubleshoot the problem.
A2 Hosting's shared servers include PHP support for processing Exif (Exchangeable image file format) data. Learn how to use this extension here.
This article discusses some issues that may occur after a PHP upgrade on a shared server, and ways to resolve them.
Depending on how PHP scripts are invoked, they often use different php.ini files to run in different environments. This article demonstrates how to use a custom php.ini file that you can use with cron jobs set up in cPanel.
This article discusses PHP sessions -- what they are, when to use them, and how to implement them.
Learn about ionCube PHP Loader support on A2 Hosting servers.
Learn how to specify the character set when you use the MySQL Improved (mysqli) PHP extension or PDO (PHP Data Objects) to connect to a MySQL database.
When you try to view a page running PHP, you may receive an "Unable to allocate memory for pool" error message. This article describes how to resolve this issue.
Learn how to optimize your Symfony PHP framework code on a managed VPS using APC (Alternative PHP Cache).
The PHP internationalization (intl) extension enables you to display locale-specific information for a wide variety of countries and regions. Learn more in this article.
Learn how to install and configure composer, a PHP dependency manager.
Learn how to determine if the Alternative PHP Cache (APC) is installed on your server. Please note that not all hosting packages support APC.
The MailChimp API (application programming interface) enables you to work with a MailChimp account programmatically. This article demonstrates how to use the API with PHP.
When you try to view a PHP-enabled page, you may receive an "Allowed memory size of
Learn how to use ionCube Loader with different PHP versions on your account.
In this article, learn how to enable PHP opcode caching for your hosting account.
Learn to send e-mail via SMTP with PHP and PHPMailer.