Due to security reasons and as advised by the PHP
Community, We have turned OFF the register_globals of PHP
on all servers. The PHP community decided to turn OFF
register_globals by default on all future release of PHP from 4.
2.0 onwards, this was a very controversial and debatable
issue, for more details please see the following:
If you notice one of your PHP script or pages not working or
you just want to continue using global variables please do the
you will need to create a .htaccess file in your site's main
directory (or the main directory of your site that contains PHP
scripts). Your .htaccess file should contain the following line:
php_value register_globals 1
If you need assistance on doing this kindly Contact Us
and we will be happy to do this for you.
* Please take note the security risk on doing this.
You may also want to consider recoding your php pages with
register_globals turned off since the PHP Community is
planning to eliminate this on future release of PHP.
Most developers including php scripts found under fantastico
have redesigned their codes to work when register_globals are
turned off, kindly update or visit their website for a patch if
you experience any problem on your php scripts.