PHP Settings section gets a major update
We are often criticized for not taking our reseller’s suggestions into consideration. However, this is not true – each one of us has an ever-growing “wish list”, consisting of suggestions for the improvement of our current services and ideas for the implementation of new services. A great part of these “wish lists” is composed of suggestions, sent to us by both resellers and end clients. And between times, whenever our developers find some spare time, they turn their attention to the “wish lists” and start working on some of the suggestions there. And today, we can proudly present to you one of the results of their efforts – the new and improved PHP Settings section in our Web Hosting Control Panel.Before, the sole purpose of the PHP Settings menu was to allow you to change the PHP version for the account. Now, from there you can also modify the php.ini file, responsible for the behavior of the PHP parser for your account. In other words, you can now disable and enable some of the most important options from the php.ini file with, with a single click only. Next to each of the settings is a detailed explanation of what they control and what will happen if you modify it, a small addition, which can help a lot of the novice users to better understand PHP.This new menu also allows you to restore the default setting at any time, with just a single click. And for our advanced users, who prefer the traditional php.ini file, there is also an Advanced Mode, which will open the php.ini file, ready to be changed in any way. This way, you will no longer have to go to the File Manager, then browse all the way to the /sys folder, and enter the needed /php folder… a needlessly complicated and time-consuming procedure. The updated PHP Settings menu is now available on all of our servers. If you run into any sort of problems while using it, don’t hesitate to open a support ticket and let us know about them, so that we can fix them as soon as possible. Originally published Monday, July 13th, 2009 at 12:03 pm, updated July 13, 2009 and is filed under The Free Reseller Program.