IonCube in Cloud Hosting
IonCube Loader is available on all the web servers which are part of our cloud hosting platform, therefore whatever the Linux cloud hosting that you get during the signup process, you'll be able to activate it from your Hepsia Control Panel. This process is as easy as right-clicking an On/Off button inside the Advanced section, so even if this is your first website hosting account ever, you won't have to do anything complicated. The exact same section will allow you to pick the PHP release for your account (4, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7.0, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 8.0, 8.1, 8.2), which means that if you want to move to a different version, you only have to activate ionCube Loader for it too. As our platform is very flexible, you may even set another PHP version and a different status of ionCube by employing a php.ini file in every domain folder. If this is something you would like to do but you don't have much experience, our 24/7 support team will be able to assist you very quickly.
IonCube in Semi-dedicated Servers
IonCube Loader is provided with all semi-dedicated hosting service that we supply, and you won't experience any kind of problems in case you'd like to set up and work with some script app which requires the software instrument in order to operate appropriately. Activating it is as simple as clicking a single button inside the Advanced section of the Hepsia Control Panel that comes with all of the semi-dedicated accounts and the change shall take effect in less than a minute, therefore you will be able to proceed with the application installation without any delays. As we employ a hi-tech custom-made platform and we support several versions of PHP simultaneously, you'll need to activate ionCube every time you move to a version that you have not used before. In addition, you'll have the option to activate ionCube loader and even to set a PHP version different from the one in the account as a whole by making a php.ini file in an individual domain or subdomain folder and adding a few lines of program code within it.