Shared Hosting: Migrating from PHP 5.3 to PHP 5.6
We are going to retire PHP 5.3 shortly on our shared hosting platform. PHP 5.4 and 5.5 will also be retired soon. Please read this article to learn more about this change, how it affects you, and what you need to do to prepare for this change.
MultiPHP for cPanel
With cPanel's release of the EasyApache 4 tool, adjusting your account's PHP settings has never been easier. If your server is running EasyApache 4 you will be able to specify PHP versions and configurations for individual domains and subdomains under your cPanel account using the 'MultiPHP Manager' and 'MultiPHP INI Editor' tool.
Discontinuation of Freebie Licenses FAQ
We understand that the recent changes in our policy regarding free software licenses may be a bit confusing. This article provides general information about the change, and how it may or may not effect you.
Reboot your Dedicated Server or VPS via WHM
How to Restart Your Server through WHM
HostDime’s Overselling Policy
HostDime does not allow or offer overselling.
How to Fix Permissions for suPHP (For Clients)
Here is a guide on how to access the account on the server via SSH.
How HostDime’s Bandwidth Stacks Up to Our Competitors
To prevent our clients from utilizing all their bandwidth quickly, HostDime uses a different system for allocating bandwidth and calculating usage.
How to Import a WordPress Installation from a Remote Server
In this article, we cover how to use Softaculous to import a remote WordPress installation.
Multi-PHP on Shared Servers
Our System Administrators team has developed and is actively implementing a software solution that will allow our Shared and Reseller customers to select one of multiple PHP versions for a cPanel account to use.
Disabling of Plaintext Authentication for E-mail
This article discusses our change in policy and server configuration in regard to secure e-mail.
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