My application needs
AllowEncodedSlashes enabled on
httpd.conf. It also needs some php extensions to be enabled but I can't find how to change those settings on my host's pannel.
Can I do it programatically?
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Most shared hosts do not allow directly editing
But you can always put those directives in a
If some setting is not allowed by a shared host in your
But all hosting providers I have dealt with (I never had a hosting account with GoDaddy so cannot speak about them) were flexible if your needs are genuine. So you can always talk to them and try to justify your need for some configuration setting and maybe you can get lucky.
As for the list of available PHP Modules, the only place which can give you an answer is your Hosting Support or the Community forums of the provider, in your case http://community.godaddy.com/