How to Change PHP Version From cPanel?

This article will assist you to change PHP version from cPanel. Please note that the option of changing PHP version through cPanel is applicable to our Linux SSD Shared Hosting/WordPress Hosting customers only.

  1. Login to cPanel with your login details (http://server-ip-address:2082).

  2. Under Software and Services section, locate Select PHP Version and click on it.

    Select PHP Version

  3. Select your desired PHP version from PHP Version drop down menu and click on Set as Current Button.

    Change PHP Version

Note-1: You can obtain #server-ip-address from your welcome email. This article will help you to check emails from your client area.
Note-2: Before you change PHP version of your website make sure that your web application/website is compatible with target PHP version.

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