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Update PHP Options Using PHP Selector – cPanel

Learn How to Update PHP Options using PHP Selector in cPanel. With PHP Selector you can change a cPanel account’s PHP version, add or remove PHP modules, change PHP options and enable functions.


Video tutorial – Update PHP Options Using PHP Selector – cPanel


Step-by-step – Update PHP Options Using PHP Selector – cPanel

  1. Select PHP Version

    Login to cPanel.
    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or the direct link.

    Find the Software section and click the Select PHP Version link.

    Extilum cPanel - Select PHP Version

  2. Click on the Options tab

    Change the PHP version for this cPanel
    – click the current version and select the required version from the drop-down and then click Set as Current.

    The PHP Options tab allows you to easily change a number of the common php.ini settings, without having to edit the php.ini file.
    The options available here include date.timezone, max_execution_time, memory_limit and more.

    Extilum cPanel - Select PHP Version

  3. Options tab

    Click the value next to the setting that you want to modify.
    – Depending on the type of setting, a list box may appear with predefined settings that you can choose.
    Or, a text box may show up so you can type the value.
    Changes are saved automatically and take effect immediately.

    Unless you have a specific issue, the default settings are usually fine.
    When you modify a setting, a Reset to default link appears beneath the setting label.
    Click the link to change the setting back to the default value.

    Extilum cPanel - Select PHP Version

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