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twinturbo 25th June 2013 11:36

Client Access to Website Directives?
 
is it possible to give users access to website directives?

Thanks

Rob

till 25th June 2013 12:17

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is it possible to give users access to website directives?
No,if thtis would be possible, your client could take over your server. But the client can set uncritical directives trough .htaccess files if you use apache.

twinturbo 25th June 2013 13:55

Thanks,

I run the server for our organisations webmaster,

He wants some per site PHP settings.

What's the best way for him to do that.

If he switches to SUPHP and drops an php.ini in the docroot of the site will that work for him?

Many thanks

Rob

tahunasky 26th June 2013 05:13

For individual site php settings just add them to a .htaccess file in the document root directory for that site. That will over-ride the default settings in php.ini.


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