- Login to cPanel for your account.
- Click on the 'Select PHP Version' option
- Select the version of PHP you wish to use from the dropdown box. When you've chosen the required version, click the 'Set as current' box.
Note: The "Native" option lists the version of PHP provided by default, for reference. If you wish to make changes to the PHP settings you need to specify a version instead of using the "Native" option.
- This step is optional. If you require any specific PHP modules to be active on your account, tick/enable the ones you wish to use from this list. When you're happy with your selection, click 'Save'.
- Any changes you make to your PHP version or modules here will take affect immediately on your account.
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