How to check the PHP version and configuration for your website?

'phpinfo.php' is the file which is used for checking the PHP version and configuration on cPanel server. You can create the phpinfo.php file using below steps under cPanel -

1. Login to cPanel.
2. Follow File Manager >> public_html.
3. Click on option 'File' ( + sing on top left corner of the page).
4. Enter the file name as phpinfo.php >> Create New File.
5. Now right click on the file phpinfo.php >> Code Edit.
6. Enter the below code in file -
<?php
phpinfo();
?>
7. Click on Save Changes option (top right corner of the page).
Once done then open the web-browser and enter "http://domain_name/phpinfo.php". This will display the PHP configuration of your website.

(Make sure to replace domain_name with name name of your website)

Note -
When you will done with verification then remove or rename the 'phpinfo' file from cPanel.

Was this answer helpful?

 Print this Article

Also Read

Failed to connect to MySQL: Access denied for user

While accessing the website, I was getting the error as -Failed to connect to MySQL: Access...

ERROR: Connection dropped by IMAP server. Query: SELECT "INBOX"

If you get the following error while trying to connect to your webmail client: ERROR: Connection...

How to allow remote MySql connection to only one IP?

There may be a case in which one of the cPanel user request you to provide access to Mysql...

How to Specify the exact time to run a backup on cPanel server?

How to Specify the exact time (hour) to run a backup on cPanel server? Solution :- By default,...

How to install PHP selector on cPanel with CloudLinux?

If your server installed cPanel with CloudLinux and you will see the below error message at...

Powered by WHMCompleteSolution