Do you support PHP on your Servers? If yes, is it automatically available OR do I have to request for it?

PHP is available on all our Windows shared hosting and Linux shared hosting. You just need to upload your PHP scripts to your account. In Windows reseller hosting, you will have to assign PHP resource while creating a hosting plan. Kindly refer to our following video tutorial that will assist you to create a hosting plan for your Windows 2016 reseller hosting:

https://manage.accuwebhosting.com/knowledgebase/223/How-to-Create-Hosting-plans-in-WebsitePanel.html

In Linux reseller, PHP will be enabled by default. You can refer to our following video tutorial that will assist you to create a package:

https://manage.accuwebhosting.com/knowledgebase/2006/How-to-create-hosting-packages-in-WHM.html


In case of VPS and/or dedicated server, if you have selected only operating system while placing your order then PHP will not be pre-installed on it. However, if you want to install it then you can request our support team via a support ticket, with the exact version of PHP.

If you have selected any hosting control panel like (WebsitePanel, cPanel, etc.) with VPS or dedicated server then PHP will be pre-installed on it.

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