The following post is a short guide on how to enable the possibility to use limited PHP scripts on your uCoz website. PHP in uCoz is a paid service. It is available as a part of the Optimal, Maximal, Shop plans, or as an additional option to other plans for $1.99 per month (Note: additional options can be purchased only on the same day as a plan).
To buy a plan, go to Control Panel -> $Paid services -> Paid services:
To buy PHP as an additional option, buy any of the paid plans, then go to Control Panel -> $Paid services -> Paid services, where you will see the link to Buy a separate service.
If you experience any problems with payment and enabling of PHP services on your site, please post them here.
what i mean is,., im going to uninstall the ucoz forum.. and get a hosting site.. and upload a forum/vb,, instead of using ucoz forum.. im going to use vb forum the viewers will directly go to the vb forum..
jayar, of course you can use a separate forum on a separate web host, and link it to your uCoz website. What Paradox meant is that the databases will be fully different, users will have to sign up/sign in to the forum separately.
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And I tried to upload a php file by means of the file manager. Imidiate there comes a screen with the following message: _____________________________________________ Errors with the following files: steelseriesVWSjson.php Files with that extension are not valid _____________________________________________
lines the one in the middle is my file to upload ***steelseriesVWSjson.php*** The line above is the error line and the below one says files are not valid.
Do I make a mistake due to my poor knowledge or is there someting I have overlooked.
Candy, yes, you have to connect via FTP to the scripts server to upload PHP files to your site. You can find the details by opening the Control Panel and clicking on the link, PHP Detals. It's found next to FTP Details, and Control Panel.
XO-Ferg, If you mean adding the codes themselves, yes you can, but it won't work. And I do believe use of PHP must be done a certain way for them to work, so I don't know if just pasting the codes into templates would work.
I bought the php on Ucoz but when i put php file via ftp (via filezila) in php folder and when my site needs to load that files on specific page where i use that script the server where i hosted php ask username and password that only I know.
Is there some other ways to upload and link php files? Before i bougt php i was thinking that i will be able to upload php in file menager like i do all this time with other scripts.
Post edited by Ed05 - Saturday, 2014-03-08, 3:27 AM