PHP error – URL file-access is disabled in the server configuration

If you get the following error while accessing a PHP script URL file-access is disabled in the server configuration Add the following into the .htaccess file for the particular website to get this work. php_flag allow_url_include Off Note: However, it’s highly recommended to keep allow_url_include disabled as it would be a security risk otherwise. This function allows remote files to be executed...

January 17th, 2010 by Akhthar Parvez 

disable mod_security for a domain

It’s not recommended to disable mod_security for a domain. Most of the times, there should be some other workaround rather than disabling mod_security entirely. This post is for those who know disabling mod_security is the only option and it’s always better to disable it for a particular user rather than doing it server wide. If you want to disable mod_security2 for a particular domain...

December 25th, 2009 by Akhthar Parvez