FAQ Website & domain

PHP

PHP (PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) is an HTML-embedded script language. A large part of the syntax originates from programming languages C, Java and Perl with a number of PHP-specific features added. The purpose of PHP is to enable web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly. PHP can also be used as a CGI parser.

Tips & Tricks

This page provides tips, tricks and recommendations that are not quite extensive enough to be posted on their own Service page or as an item on an existing Service page. Use them to your advantage.

Using a subdomain

Visitors can reach your website using the name of your domain. Some domains also use a subdomain to show the same (or different) content to visitors. The most common subdomain is “www”.

Webalizer statistics

VEVIDA standardly provides statistical information on every account with the Webalizer package. This package uses log files to generate daily reports on visitor traffic. VEVIDA uses this package with the most basic options. In the interests of report generation speed, Webalizer does not show any detailed geographic data.

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