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It would greatly depend on how much more traffic we're talking. I'm afraid this question invites "opinions", but I'll give some perspective. I'll try to avoid reviewing hosts as much as I'd like to address what you'll likely need: Usage of CDN (content delivery networks) begins to become more needed. Having a dedicated server (~$70/mo HostGator and Digital ...


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While exposed index files isn't a URL-friendly approach, your idea of redirecting to a specific index file based on what the client's device is actually a fabulous start because then search engines (especially google) can understand that you have a desktop and mobile version of your page and google will try to display the most relevant page to the client ...


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You should be able to use the disable functions feature built into PHP. That will prevent them from even calling ini_set or error_reporting in the first place. Add to php.ini: disable_functions = error_reporting,ini_set,shell_exec,etc...


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If you add these lines to your .htaccess it should do the job for the entire site. php_flag display_startup_errors off php_flag display_errors off php_flag html_errors off php_flag log_errors off If you want to do it on a script by script basis From the PHP manual at http://php.net/manual/en/function.error-reporting.php and found by doing a search for ...



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