Custom php settings for your site! | WinHost blog

“…With the introduction of PHP 5.3.10, we have provided you with the ability to upload your own user.ini file, in order to specify php settings you wish to change for your account. If you’ve used a php.ini file on a linux server, this is the same concept. You simply create a text file named user.ini in the root of your account. The file can include php settings such as:

upload_max_filesize = 200M
date.timezone = “Europe/London”

These settings will be changed for your site only. While most of these settings are safe to change, the user.ini file does give you a lot of control over how php works for your site, so use your best judgement as to what you change….

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By Protiguous

C# Software Developer, SQL Server DBA, Father, and seeker of Truth.

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