Posts Tagged: php

FAQ: Everytime I save a file it’s empty?

Sometimes when you’re saving files via a PHP script or your online file manager you’ll find that everytime you save it, it’s empty. This is caused by one of two things: You don’t have the correct access permissions to modify the file. You are over your disk space allowance (quota) – check this in cPanel… Read more »

Installing suPHP & Internal Server Errors

What is the difference between suPHP and “regular” PHP? Our regular installation of PHP has always run as the user “nobody” (a fact that often causes issues with temporary files and caches created by the webserver) and does not require the execute flag to run. This inherently creates a security risk that may allow other… Read more »

Newsletter: Mail Conversions and Changes

It’s been a while since I wrote a newsletter, let alone wrote one in our new look blog format. A lot has changed since then, we have: The new look BetterWebSpace site. This wonderful new BetterWebSpace Blog that should allow me to publish more often (both customer newsletters and general interest items). This is still… Read more »