-----Original Message from: Micah Stevens
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] -----
> you can use .htaccess files to modify php.ini values for a particular

Yeah, try some of these fun settings!

# Run for 10 days!
php_value max_execution_time = 864000
# suck a gig of ram!
php_value memory_limit = 1024M
# let users upload DVD ISOs!
php_value upload_max_filesize = 4880M

... E.g. you can use .htaccess files to modify php.ini for a particular
directory *if the server allows overriding those settings*. (in Apache
this is aptly named AllowOverride).

Just a preemptive question-answer phase :)

- Martin Norland, Database / Web Developer, International Outreach x3257
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