Category Archives: PHP

Out With the Old, In With the New: Moving to PHP 5.3 and MySQL 5.5

As of this announcement, all of our servers are now running PHP 5.3 and MySQL 5.5 as the default versions. Up until this point (and for a number of years), we were running PHP 5.2 and MySQL 5.1 as default, … Continue reading

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PHP 5.4 Now supported!

We’re happy to announce we officially support PHP 5.4 on all of our shared web hosting packages! You’ll be able to utilize it on your account by following these instructions in our knowledge base or contacting our support department. Here … Continue reading

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Suspension Pages – The Unforeseen Bane Of Web Hosting

A few months ago we created a custom suspension page for shared accounts that are suspended. Now normally this is pretty straightforward task and you wouldn’t put much thought into it – we didn’t either. So we went ahead and … Continue reading

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AJAX Zend Framework Tips

I’ve been doing some work with Zend Framework in the javascript front and I figured I may as well post a bunch of the things I’ve noticed as of recently that might be useful for others. Adding javascript files on … Continue reading

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WordPress 2.8 Released

It’s that time again a new version of wordpress is out as an official stable release which means time to upgrade.  Of course as of recent versions you can upgrade with just a simple click within the wordpress admin making … Continue reading

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WordPress 2.7.1 Released

It’s that time again for another wordpress release which in this case is just a maintenance release.  By the looks of things 2.7.1 does not include any major security fixes and primarly just for various bugs discovered in 2.7.  The … Continue reading

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eAccelerator

For the past few days I’ve been playing around with eAccelerator on one of our hosting machines.  Sounds pretty bad, but it’s completely controlled and I was quite confident it would run just fine.  It is running just fine and … Continue reading

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Zend Framework 1.7

Just a quick note on the blog I’ve went ahead and updated all our servers to have Zend Framework 1.7.  It was released on the 17th but we let these things sit for at least a week in case of … Continue reading

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Zend Framework 1.6 Released

Zend Framework 1.6 was just released and we already have it on all our servers.  I can honestly say I did not have time to play around with the release candidate versions so my knowledge of it is not great.  … Continue reading

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Always Have an Order By

Yesterday there was a report of a strange bug by a user on a system I’m currently working with.  I was told a specific row was not showing up in the data set.  The system was using PostgreSQL for the … Continue reading

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