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  • Magento Rewrite Script
    magento if matched then map path into SCRATCH path from URL look for file at SCRATCH path if not exists then look for dir at SCRATCH path if not exists then set URL magento index php 1 endif Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards Become An Affiliate Sell Your Portfolio Useful Links Online Control Panel WebMail Login Network Status Terms Conditions Create Account Set up a names co uk account and get access to a hub of resources and special offers Need Help Call us or Log a Support ticket Visit our Support

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/hosting/linux_hosting/1533-magento_rewrite_script.html (2016-02-18)
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  • How to upgrade your PHP version
    by recommending that you ensure your website s code is compatible with the newer version before performing the upgrade The second of the three panes will display the current PHP version your website is using Note that the possibility for incompatible code is greater if your current version is several releases out of date For example upgrading from PHP 5 2 carries more risk than upgrading from PHP 5 3 The next pane displays the latest version of PHP that we make available and provides you with the ability to upgrade to this version The final pane displays the downgrade options to older versions of PHP that we make available and provides you with the ability to downgrade to this version Select the version of PHP you want to change to then click on Update to begin the process of upgrading your website hosting to the latest version of PHP Note the upgrade process could take up to 15 minutes to fully complete and you will receive a confirmation email to your registered email address once it has completed Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where

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  • Removal of PHP 4 Support & Upgrade to version 5.4
    Removal of short tags As of PHP 5 3 the use of short tags is no longer supported you will need to convert any files that use these tags to the standard tags One exception to this rule is the use of the short tag definitions as these are enabled by default without the need for short open tag being enabled in php ini as of PHP 5 4 More information about the use of short tags can be found here New object model In PHP 5 there is a new Object Model PHP s handling of objects has been completely rewritten allowing for better performance and more features More details about this can be found here New Reserved Words and Keywords There have been a number of words added to the reserved words list meaning that you cannot use them anymore for variable names Full details can be found here New Functions There are a number of new functions available in version 5 which can be used instead of having to write your own For example in version 5 there is a string split function which converts a string into an array of letters whereas in version 4 you had to write your own to do this A full list of new functions is available here Conclusion We have outlined here some of the main changes but for a more indepth look at migrating from PHP 4 to PHP 5 you can see further information here As a reminder the upgrade can be performed in your Online Control Panel by following the instructions here Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/hosting/linux_hosting/1569-removal_of_php_4_support_upgrade_to_version_54.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Admin password problem with a new installation of Joomla3 via Softaculous
    Joomla directory FTP to your website or use the File Manager in the Control Panel navigate to the folder you installed Joomla and download configuration php You need the details from the following section public host database server name public user your database username public password your database password public db database name public dbprefix the table prefix joomla is using Next you need to log into PHPMyAdmin Go to http mydbadmin co uk and log into your database using your Joomla database details Select the table tablePrefix users and edit the admin user Update the existing password with the password hash that you saved from Step 1 and save the change You should now be able to log into the Joomla admin section correctly Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/hosting/linux_hosting/2609-admin_password_problem_with_a_new_installation_of_joomla3_via_softaculous.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Search Engine Optimisation - Hot Tip 1
    www bing com webmaster SubmitSitePage aspx Bing The information contained in this guide is for general information purposes only and we make no guarantee of accuracy any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your discretion Through this guide you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of Namesco The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards Become An Affiliate Sell Your Portfolio Useful Links Online Control Panel

    Original URL path: http://www.names.co.uk/support/hosting/seo/1251-search_engine_optimisation_-_hot_tip_1.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Search Engine Optimisation - Hot Tip 2
    on the site maybe consider adding it to the footer of your page like the example below shows The information contained in this guide is for general information purposes only and we make no guarantee of accuracy any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your discretion Through this guide you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of Namesco The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to reset your Email Password How to reset your Online Control Panel Password Assign Hosting using a Multi Domain Hosting Package Setting up LiteMail on your domain Download our Quick Start Guides Your Online Control Panel Managing Domain Names Managing Emails Hosting Your Domain Renewals More Info Network Status Updates More Info Video Tutorials More Info Support Tickets Log a ticket More Info FTP LOCK Protect yourself from Hackers More Info Our Company About Us Contact Us Work For Us Our Awards

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  • Search Engine Optimisation - Hot Tip 3
    the Namesco Knowledge Base as an example case a link is more useful to our iPhone Email Guide page ranking if the anchor text is Namesco offer an excellent iPhone Email guide rather than Namesco offer an excellent iPhone Email guide please click here to view it It can obviously be difficult to control the sites which link to your pages but there are tools available to help you at least understand who is linking to you One of the better free options available on the web is the Yahoo Site explorer page at http siteexplorer search yahoo com The information contained in this guide is for general information purposes only and we make no guarantee of accuracy any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your discretion Through this guide you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of Register365 The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain How to add a signature Forwarding and replying to Emails Free Online Business Training Get more out of Google AdWords Optimise your website for Search Engines Use Social Media to generate more customers Like us on Facebook to get access to FREE Online Business Training Recommended Articles How to set up a POP3 account in Microsoft Outlook 2010 How to set up a POP3 account on iPhone iPad How to set up a POP3 account in Mac Mail Changing your domains DNS Settings Changing the Nameservers for a domain name Where can I find my FTP details Change FTP password How to

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  • Search Engine Optimisation - Hot Tip 4
    will not boost your search engine rankings it is instead used to indicate the content of the page to the searcher This will also serve as the description which will be shown beneath your page link within the search engine Consider the description tag to be an advert for the page it should be accurate and concise but content rich and enticing Where possible incorporate many keywords or phrases in the description without cramming Remember that the description should read well as this could be the difference between a searcher clicking your site or not Your description tag should look like this meta name description content Enter a concise accurate enticing description of your site in this section Keywords Research is the name of the game when it comes to keywords Do not simply consider what you believe to be keywords for your page think from a searchers perspective perhaps one yet to discover the existence of your site What might a searcher enter in to the search engine if they were looking for content which your site can offer Recent statistics have shown that more people enter 2 or 3 word queries than single key words Do not limit your thinking to single words consider 2 3 4 words or phrases A well thought out set of key phrases could attract a good volume of traffic to your site if you are in a competitive market where many of the single keywords are already saturated It can be a good idea to ask people outside of your business what they might search for if the ultimate goal was to find content which your site serves There are also a few tools available online which will provide alternative keyword phrase suggestions along with their comparative popularity Select the option below for Google s offering to this https adwords google com select KeywordToolExternal A final footnote to keywords avoid duplicating keywords across pages where possible The importance of each keyword to a page is ranked where the first word is considered the most important the second less so etc If you have to duplicate keywords across pages do not make these the first words For the best results the first few words or phrases should be unique to the page Your Keyword meta tag should look something like this meta name keywords content enter keywords or phrases in here separated by commas The information contained in this guide is for general information purposes only and we make no guarantee of accuracy any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your discretion Through this guide you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of Namesco The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them Rate This Article How useful was this article Recently Updated Articles Webmail The Basics Subscribing Unsubscribing to Folders Manually Importing Address Book Preferences Calendars Setting up LiteMail on your domain

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