check uw domein
This document provides information about 404 error pages, directory password protection, server information, cron jobs, mime types, apache handlers, site redirection, domain pointers, and hosting additional domains.
404 Error Pages
Error pages allow you to control what visitors see when they encounter these types of errors:
401 Unauthorized (the visitor does not have permission to view the file/directory)
403 Forbidden (access to the file/directory is not possible)
404 The file or directory is not found
500 An error occurred on the server
From the main control panel menu, click the “Error Pages” icon. You will see a screen that looks like this:
By default, there are no error pages. That is, 401.shtml, 403.shtml etc., do not exist. The “View” link next to each file name allows you to see what a visitor sees when they encounter that type of error.
Changing the Error Pages
There are two ways to change the error pages.
From the Error Page menu, click the file name of the error page you want to edit. A text box will appear, and you can paste your HTML code into that text box.
Create the files yourself in any HTML editor and upload them to your public_html directory. The files must have the .shtml extension.
Directory Password Protection
From the main control panel menu, click the “Directory Password Protection” icon. If you have no password protected directories, you will see a link called “Find a Directory to Password Protect.” Click on this link to continue.
You will be taken to a listing of your public_html directory. To password protect a directory, click the “Protect” link next to the folder you want to protect. In this example, we will click on “beta.”
Next, check the box at the top of the table. Fill in the Directory Prompt (a description of the password protected directory), the username for the directory, and the password for the directory. Click “Save.”
Now, type the full address of the directory into your browser and see what happens.
Modifying Password Protected Directories
From the main control panel menu, click the “Directory Password Protection” icon. You will see a list of directories being currently protected. For example:
Click on the directory path to edit the directory. From here you may un-protect the directory (by unchecking the box at the top of the table), change the username (by entering a new one), changing the password (by entering a new one), or create a new username and password combination.
To access the server information, click on the “Advanced Tools” icon from the main control panel menu, then click the “Server Information” icon. You will see a screen that looks like this:
The server information feature allows you to determine the memory usage of the server, uptime, and the status of all services.
Cron jobs are system commands that can be scheduled. For example, if you wanted a CGI script to run every Monday morning, you could do this through the cron jobs menu. Values that can be set are minute, hour, day, month, and day of week (Monday-Sunday; the numbers 0 or 7 represent Sunday). Any value can be ignored by placing an asterisk (*) in the text field.
In the above example, we are setting updater.cgi to run every day at midnight.
You can also specify exact times using commas to separate them (e.g. 1,2,3 is minutes 1, 2 and 3).
You can specify spans using a dash (e.g. 5-7 is minutes 5 to 7).
You can specify intervals using a star and a forward slash. (e.g.: */2 is every 2nd minute.)
You can combine them to create a more precise schedule. (e.g.: 1,5,11-15,30-59/2 (minutes 1, 5, 11 to 15 and every 2nd minute between 30 and 59).
Remember to click “Add” when you are finished entering your data.
Mime types allow you to set how browsers open web files. To add a mime type, enter the mime type name and then the extension, without a period. Mime types (and Apache handlers – described next) should only be used by advanced users.