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How to Change PHP version in cPanel?

Our newest servers give you the option to run different versions of PHP (7.2, 7.1 7.0, 5.6) on your account. This is important when using third-party applications that require the latest stable version of PHP. The PHP version can only be changed on shared servers and this functionality is available by default to all shared cPanel hosting customers who are on servers that use PHP 5.6.

Changing the PHP Version:

  1. Login to cPanel
  2. Go to Software Tab -> Click on MutliPHP Manager

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  1. Now tick on the checkbox of your domain as displayed in the Image below:

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  1. On the right-hand side drop down “PHP version”. Select your PHP version and Click Apply.

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Our newest servers give you the option to run different versions of PHP (7.2, 7.1 7.0, 5.6) on your account. This is important when using third-party applications that require the latest stable version of PHP. The PHP version can only be changed on shared servers and this functionality is available by default to all shared cPanel hosting customers who are on servers that use PHP 5.6. Changing the PHP Version: 1. Login to cPanel 2. Go to Software Tab -> Click on MutliPHP Manager ![5d162fef5a176](serve/attachment&path=5d162fef5a176) 3. Now tick on the checkbox of your domain as displayed in the Image below: ![5d163020c09cb](serve/attachment&path=5d163020c09cb) 4. On the right-hand side drop down “PHP version”. Select your PHP version and Click Apply. ![5d16308729d12](serve/attachment&path=5d16308729d12)
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