Can I set php flags in .htaccess or php.ini?

NO, php flags can not be set in the .htaccess file as an override. you must request a default copy of the php.ini file to be placed in your directory for making php program changes.

update Mar 2013: You no longer need a custom php.ini file you can set your own settings using the php selector tool. See this KB article on how to do it. (login required)

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