That’s a very good question! It does appear that there are 4 answers to this question, however, the comments are not being displayed at the moment. We’ll be looking into this to see why they are not visible at this time.
Thank you very much for these suggestions. However, one thing to keep in mind as this solution would require root access which all of our servers (with the exception of Unmanaged VPS) do not have. So, database restorations on our servers may require a backup restore as jdavey previously mentioned.
That is correct, at this moment, the only way to use PHP 5.5 would be on an unmanaged VPS. However, we are finalizing our upgrade plans and we should be rolling out PHP 5.5 to all of our servers in the very near future.
I’m sorry to hear that you were running into issues when switching to X3. Please submit a ticket through your backstage panel and our staff will be glad to look into this for you and find out why nothing is changing when you switch to the X3 theme.
Thank you very much for the suggestion. While most of the content at that URL is for MSSQL which we do not run on our servers, the final comment in the thread has very valuable information for repairing WordPress database connection issues. Thanks again!
Sure thing! Your users can log into their webmail at domain.com/webmail and when they log in they will see a screen providing the 3 different webmail client options and below that there will be a link to change the password. Your customers should be able to use that option to update their passwords if needed.
Most shopping cart scripts are written in PHP at this time. So, you should be able to find one written in PHP that suits your needs the best. Unfortunately, since we’re not developers, we can not suggest a specific one but upon searching, it looks like there are quite a few options so I’m sure you’ll find one that suits your needs the best.