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If you go above your data transfer (bandwidth) limit on your account, your website will display the "509 Error" (Bandwidth Limit Exceeded) and the normal site will not display. You can monitor your bandwidth at all times through the CPanel, and if req...
To serve WAP pages from your domain ... 1. Make a new folder /wap for your wap pages 2. Set the extension of your wap deck to .wml (WAP Markup Language) 3. Upload the deck in ASCII format 4. Create a file called .htaccess [Note the DOT!] with th...
All accounts on our Linux servers now have the ability to fully control your php settings through the use of a custom php.ini file.Additionally, unlike most setups, our servers are configured so that changes to just 1 custom php.ini file effect not only t...
While using a standard FTP client is the normal process for transferring your files to and from the web server, there is an easier way using the built-in capabilities of Windows.The instructions below apply to Windows XP1) Click on the "Start" Button, and...
All Linux servers are protected by a number of security measures that are in place for the benefit of all users.Some of the measures we implement are:ConfigServer Security and FirewallA Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall, Login/Intrusion Detection ...
Once your domain name has been registered (or transferred, if applicable), it usually takes between 12 and 48 hours before it becomes active on the Unix Server. However - you can still access your account during this time with the following details: -...
Our Unix Accounts offer a Webmail interface that allows you to access any of your email accounts from any computer with an internet connection in the world. To access Webmail: 1. Type www.yourdomain.com/webmail/ into your web browser. (Note the trai...
We have detailed instructions for Cpanel (the Unix Control Panel) at the following address: http://www.unixhosting.info/ Or, you can view a number of online Flash based support videos in our "DemoCentre" at: http://support.nsdesign.net/tutorials.h...
After you have completed (and paid for) your order, you'll soon receive your "hosting details" welcome email, which contains all the information you'll need to access your account. Please keep this email safe.In this guide, we'll refer to "yourdomain.co...
If you have lost of forgotten your CPanel password, you can easily get a new one emailed to you.Just visit the cpanel login page (www.yourdomain.com/cpanel - replacing yourdomain.com with your actual domain) and click "cancel" on the popup username box.In...
The Multi-Domain Upgrade allows you to host an additional 5 "add-on" domains and 5 "parked" domains on your account. This means that any other domains you have registered (with us, or any other domain company) can be hosted on the same account. These...
Due to customer demand, we have upgraded all Linux Servers to use the latest version of PHP5 in addition to the current PHP4 Installation. This will ensure minimal problems for any existing scripts, while allowing those who require it, to update their scr...
All Linux/Cpanel servers are now running phpsuexec. This means that your server has a CGI installation of php with suexec enabled, as opposed to php running as an apache module. What is the difference? Most sites will not be affected with the change...
For the benefit of all our customers, we do employ an "hourly limit" on client emails. This helps protect against spamming (either directly, or by a hacked website or insecure online form), and ensures minimal risk of getting the server mailserver blackl...
Here's a brief description about how subdomains on the Unix server works: You create a subdomain in the control panel - http://sub1.domains.com This creates a directory called sub1 in your domain account ie: http://domains.com/sub1 which is 'mapped' t...
Our Unix mail server will automatically reject any mail that contains one of the following email attachments: ad[ep] ba[st] chm cmd com cpl crt eml exe hlp hta in[fs] isp jse? lnk md[be] ms[cipt] pcd pif reg scr...
Our High Usage (Business Hosting) Account is basically a high-spec version of our standard Unix Account. It includes 500MB webspace and 5GB Transfer (5 times the basic quota), as well as access to the Cpanel-Advance Control Panel which includes a wide var...
The full system path to your account is as follows: /home/username/ (where username is replaced by your own unique username) So for example, if your username is "georgie", then the path to your actual webspace would be as follows: /home/geor...
When you connect to the server using FTP, you will see a number of folders. In order for your files to be visable on the web, you must place all files and directories into the "public_html" folder. This is your main web folder (or "root" folder as...
You can access your Unix Control Panel - "CPanel" at the following address: www.yourdomain.com/cpanel (where yourdomain.com is replaced by your own specific domain) You will need the username and password as provided to you in your activation em...