How To Automatically Remove error_log Files

Apache has great logging features, but if you’re using shared hosting, then sometimes removing error_log files might not be very simple. Poking around the Internet did lead me to Lester’s site, where he has generously created and offered an error_log file cleaning script for free. Grab that script here. Just upload that script to your web server, run it, and any error_log file that it finds (it searches downwards recursively), it will delete. So if you’re looking for a way

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How To Install IonCube Loader On MAMP On Your Mac

MAMP (Mac, Apache, MySQL, PHP) is a package that allows you to run your own PHP-enabled web server with MySQL easily on your Mac. However, if you’re looking for additional libraries like the ionCube libraries, you’ll need to download and install them yourself. That’s not bad because it’s not hard at all. What you need is to go to http://www.ioncube.com/loaders.php, and download the ionCube loader file for your O/S version. For example, I’m running a Macbook Pro unibody, and so

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How To Create And Use .htaccess Files For Apache Web Server in Microsoft Windows

Windows doesn’t support .htaccess files because of the naming convention. To Windows,.htaccess essentially is a nameless file, with a .htaccess file extension, similar in concept to having a file named .jpg. So you can see why file editors would complain if you try to save a file named .htaccess. You can workaround this by 2 ways though: Step 1: You can bring in the file, e.g. through FTP off a Linux box, and you can have it on your Windows

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