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PHP and PHP support

PHP is a popular language for dynamic website development. Rasmus Lerdorf, the original developer, called it, Personal Home Page Tools. Initially, it was used to track visitors to his personal website. The PHP name is also derived from this language that later became PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor. PHP is embedded into HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) as… »

PHP version

PHP modules supported

All Linux Hosting plans, offered by SuperHosting.BG, support multiple PHP modules: apc fileinfo* json pdo_sqlite standard zip bcmath filter libxml posix tidy* zlib bz2 ftp mbstring pspell* tokenizer calendar gd mcrypt Reflection uploadprogress ctype gettext memcache session wddx curl hash mysql SimpleXML xml date iconv mysqli soap xmlreader dom imagick* openssl sockets xmlrpc eAccelerator imap… »

PHP modules/extensions

PHP Manager by SuperHosting

In cPanel you can change the PHP settings for all hosting plans offered by SuperHosting.BG. You can change the PHP version, enable or disable PHP modules and change PHP directives. This can be done through “PHP Manager by SuperHosting”. To change the PHP settings, log into cPanel and select “PHP Manager by SuperHosting” under the SuperHosting Tools menu.… »

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How to View My PHP Settings (Version, Directives, Modules)?

For the PHP directives there are system values set by default. You can get information about them by calling the phpinfo() function. By using phpinfo you can view the PHP version, enabled PHP modules/extensions, server information, OS version, paths, HTTP headers and others. You need to create a file with a .php extension such as sdhrd.php in a directory, accessible… »

PHP modules/extensions, PHP settings, PHP version

PHP Modules (PHP Extensions)

PHP modules are extensions mostly written in C language. They can be compiled with PHP to enable static loading (as part of the binary file) or dynamic loading (with the php.ini directive: extension=modulename.so). There are different types of modules – core extensions, bundled extensions that are still part of the PHP package and fully external… »

PHP modules/extensions

How to Install and Use a PEAR Package?

To start using a PEAR Package, first install it into your hosting account and then enable it for the PHP application/script. Installing a PEAR Package Automatic Installation in cPanel PEAR Packages are automatically installed in cPanel -> (Software) PHP PEAR Packages. In this menu you can view a list of all installed packages or add new ones. The… »

PHP modules/extensions

PEAR Packages

PEAR (PHP Extension and Application Repository) is a framework and distribution system for reusable PHP components. PEAR packages are bundles of files written in PHP that can be embedded into PHP applications. PEAR packages might be distributed as .phar, .tar or .zip archives. When a PHP application is developed they enable different functionalities. Using such packages considerably facilitates… »

PHP modules/extensions

Using Custom php.ini File for PHP (cli) via SSH

While you are working with PHP in command mode, the php command automatically runs the PHP CLI binary file corresponding to the default PHP version. To view a list with all PHP CLI options, use the following command: php -h To check the current PHP CLI version, you should execute: php -v To see the current php.ini… »

php.ini

PHP CLI (Command Line Interface)

PHP supports different Server Application Programming Interfaces (SAPI) for environment interaction and connection to non-native technologies. Two of them are PHP CLI and PHP CGI (FastCGI). As of v. 4.3.0, PHP supports an additional interface called CLI (Command Line Interface) intended to be used in a shell environment. PHP CLI is used for developing applications in… »

PHP settings

What is CGI, FastCGI?

CGI (Common Gateway Interface) is a web technology and protocol that defines a way for a web server (HTTP server) to interact with external applications, e.g. PHP. CGI enhances the web server capabilities to enable dynamic content generation and processing. CGI is used as an interface between the web server and the additionally installed applications… »

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How to Enable a PHP Module/Extension in Your Hosting Account?

Enabling a PHP module via PHP Manager by SuperHosting PHP modules can easily be activated and deactivated through PHP Manager by SuperHosting in cPanel. PHP modules with all Linux hosting plans are managed through cPanel -> “PHP Manager by SuperHosting” -> PHP modules management section. After the modifications in PHP Manager are performed, the new PHP settings will apply… »

PHP modules/extensions

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