- Log into cPanel
- Open File Manager
- Locate your current working directory (eg public_html)
- create new file: phpinfo.php
- Enter the following code: <? phpinfo(); ?>
- Save the file and navigate to the phpinfo.php file from your website
The PHP installed on your hosting account and/or server has various settings that are configured. Depending on the application you’re installing, you may need to view these settings to ensure the requirements of the application are met. A php info file will display the current settings & values of the live PHP running on the server and/or hosting account.
In your document root, create a file called “phpinfo.php” and place the following code into it & then save the file:
<? phpinfo(); ?>
After adding the above code and saving the file, you should now be able to access the file in your browser.
There’s various settings that can be viewed such as:
If the steps above listed in this article do not resolve your issue, please feel free to open a support ticket and we’d be happy to take a look.
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