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PHP is a free server-side, general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development. Originally PHP stood for Personal Home Page, now it stands for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor.

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It's not a common issue on professional hosting and I think you've not to worry about it, at least if it doesn't come back again and again. Usually it is a configuration problem but, in this specific …
answered Nov 14 '11 by Aurelio De Rosa
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If you want to do the fix the problem in the php.ini, you can use date.timezone like: date.timezone = "THETIMEZONE" If you want to do in the php script, you can use the date_default_timezone_set …
answered Oct 31 '11 by Aurelio De Rosa
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If you mean via php, the hostgator limit is 64M as you can see in your cpanel in the section "Software/Services" and then look at "php.ini QuickConfig". If you mean via ftp, there's no limit. …
answered Oct 13 '11 by Aurelio De Rosa
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Well, the problem here is that every CMS, in this case, is an overkill. If you were an experienced PHP programmer, to write the code you need, would require about 1 hour (more or less). Anyway, as …
answered Nov 14 '11 by Aurelio De Rosa
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To check this kind of issue, you can use a website like www.hurl.it. Anyway I see you used Zend Framework to develop the website and I think you have the almost same problem I had (or at least you can …
answered Nov 23 '11 by Aurelio De Rosa