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Optimize the performance of your website by tweaking the way Apache handles requests.
Info: This setting changes mod_deflate usage by Apache only. Use the MultiPHP INI Editor interface to manage Zlib compression on PHP scripts.
Apache allows you to compress content before sending it to the visitor’s browser. The types of content to be compressed are specified by MIME type. This feature requires Apache’s mod_deflate to function correctly.
Compress All Content
Compress the specified MIME types.
System PHP Version
The system default PHP version is set by the system administrator.
Any domain that is set to the inherent value indicates that it does not have its own PHP version explicitly set. Read more about inherit.
MultiPHP INI Editor
The MultiPHP INI editor writes to the .htaccess, .user.ini, and php.ini files. The system will only write a directive to a file if it is a valid directive for that file type. For more information, read our MultiPHP INI Editor documentation.
Configure PHP INI basic settings
Select the home directory or a domain’s document root to open the corresponding PHP configuration.
This interface provides command line access to your account on the server.
**Locked by Default. Please contact support for access
Cron jobs allow you to automate certain commands or scripts on your site. You can set a command or script to run at a specific time every day, week, etc. For example, you could set a cron job to delete temporary files every week to free up disk space.
Network Tools allow a user to find out information about any domain, or to trace the route from the server your site is on to the computer you are accessing cPanel from. Finding out information about a domain can be useful in making sure your DNS is set up properly as you will find out information about your IP address as well as your DNS.
The Index Manager allows you to customize the way a directory will be viewed on the web. You can select between a default style, no indexes, or two types of indexing. If you do not wish for people to be able to see the files in your directory, choose No Indexing.
An error page informs a visitor when there is a problem accessing your site. Each type of problem has its own code. For example, a visitor who enters a nonexistent URL will see a 404 error, while an unauthorized user trying to access a restricted area of your site will see a 401 error.
Basic error pages are automatically provided by the web server (Apache). However, if you prefer, you can create a custom error page for any valid HTTP status code beginning in 4 or 5.
Apache handlers control how the Apache webserver software manages certain file types and extensions for your site. Apache comes configured to handle CGI scripts and server-parsed files. You can configure Apache to handle a new file type with an existing handler by manually adding the handler and extension below. For example, to have the server treat files with the extension .example as CGI files, you would type “cgi-script” under Handler and “.example” under Extension(s).
MIME types tell browsers how to handle specific extensions. For example, the text/html MIME type equates to .htm, .html, and .shtml extensions on most servers, and this tells your browser to interpret all files with those extensions as HTML files. You can alter or add new MIME types specifically for your site (note that you can not alter the system defined MIME type values). MIME types are often used to handle new technologies as they appear. When WAP technology first appeared no one had these extensions set up on their server. With MIME types, however, you could have set it up yourself and begun serving WAP pages immediately.