var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
Modifying httpd.conf indirectly
Given that I am using cpanel, is there a way to modify httpd.conf so I can enable mod proxy without having to do it directly?
This is what I am instructed to do.
Have you checked you have mod_proxy enabled? To enable mod_proxy uncomment it's LoadModule line in the httpd.conf file. You may have to ask your host.
If you are a simple user of shared hosting server, you don't have the access to httpd.conf, normally.
Usually, mod_proxy isn't enabled on shared hosting servers, either.
If you need it, you may have to ask your host (but don't dream too much...),
choose a speciality hosting company like grokthis.net, use shell account type thing, or go with VPS/dedicated.
Last edited by extras; 01-05-2007 at
If you do not have root access on the server you will not be able to access the httpd.conf file. In witch case you will need to ask your host.
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This would be better in the Technical Forum. Moved.
No, you wont be able to modify it without being root.
If you have root access, you can modify it "indirectly"/remotely using SSH. Otherwise, you need to ask your webhost to do it for you. Some aspects of the webserver can be modified with .htacess files, but not dynamic modules.