How to change PHP version

Currently, most websites are based on the PHP programming language. Its version selection can have a significant impact on the way the website works (in terms of functionality), and also on the loading speed - about which we wrote on our blog article: Why switch to PHP 7.1, 7.2?. Sticking to the latest version of PHP significantly improves security of the site.

Changing PHP versions for a domain

1. Log in to Your cPanel account.

2. In the Software section, click on "MultiPHP manager".

Changing PHP version - step 1

3. On the new page, select the domain for which you want to change the PHP version, and select the PHP version from the drop-down selection menu:

Changing PHP version - step 2

4. Click "Apply" to approve the change.

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