One dollar hosting strives to give you not only the cheapest but also the best budget shared hosting plans. We do not want cPanel fees affecting our service in providing best and cheap budget shared hosting plans.
As a result, for budget shared hosting plans, we are using Centos Web Panel (CWP). An open source web panel that is easy to use and almost similar to cPanel. The plans come with unlimited features.
Also, we have new hosting plans with much cheaper price and surely are efficient for any personal and business uses.
Economical Hosting Plans
What our server can offer:
Centos Web Panel (CWP)
Centos Web Panel is a free web panel that is easy to use. The system is almost similar to cPanel. If you want to try an alternative to cPanel, Centos Web Panel or known as CWP is a good one to try. Order a trial to see how it works.
CWP has free autoSSL, advanced file manager, and PHP selector for PHP 5.6, PHP 7.0, PHP 7.1, and PHP 7.2 (manual) by configuring .htaccess for each domain name in one CWP user account.
CWP also has a build in cPanel migration tool that allows cPanel user to migrate to CWP easily. You just need to input the DNS records of your website manually.
One click auto installer is provided by default if you want to install WordPress, PrestaShop, Joomla, and Drupal.
all CWP servers have a CWP PHP Selector which can install all PHP versions with a single click.
Using CWP PHP selector you can use a different PHP version per folder or domain.
Available PHP versions in the CWP PHP Selector
– php 5.6
– php 7.0
– php 7.1
– php 7.x (latest development)
You can completely modify flags per PHP version according to you needs.
PHP per folder
Now each user can run a PHP version per folder, meaning that each folder can have a different php version, example:
/home/USERNAME/public_html runs PHP 5.4
/home/USERNAME/public_html/test runs PHP 5.6
/home/USERNAME/public_html/my-domain.com runs PHP 5.2
/home/USERNAME/public_html/my-domain.com/application runs PHP 5.3
In each folder where you want to run a different PHP version you only need to define it in the .htaccess file.
Example for file: /home/USERNAME/public_html/.htaccess
Use PHP 5.6
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php56 .php
Use PHP 7.0
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php70 .php
Use PHP 7.1
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php71 .php
Use PHP 7.x
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php7 .php
To run some other PHP version in the other folder, you can use the same example.
Example lets run php 5.3 in /home/USERNAME/public_html/domain1.com/
Edit /home/USERNAME/public_html/domain1.com/.htaccess file and add
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php53 .php
Example lets run php 5.2 in /home/USERNAME/public_html/domain2.com/
Edit /home/USERNAME/public_html/domain2.com/.htaccess file and add
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php52 .php
and so on…