How can I enable register_globals for my account?

'register_globals' is a PHP Directive. This is no longer being used in the newer version of PHP and therefore has been deprecated. For more info about this directive, click here.

For security reasons, we have disabled "register_globals" at the server level. However, if your script still needs it, you can enable it yourself for your individual hosting account. To enable it, add the following line of code to file /public_html/.htaccess :

php_flag register_globals on

NOTE:
The above trick works ONLY with PHP-5 and does NOT work if you are using PHP-4. By default, all our servers run PHP-5. To know about how to switch between PHP-4 & PHP-5, click here.

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