How to Enable/Disable PHP Extensions From cPanel?

Following article will assist you to enable/disable php extensions from cPanel.

  1. Login to cPanel.
  2. Locate Select PHP version and click on it.

    Set PHP Extensions From cPanel

  3. Choose your desired PHP version and click on Set as Current.

    Set PHP Extensions From cPanel

  4. To set the PHP extensions, Click on Switch to PHP settings.

    Set PHP Extensions From cPanel

  5. Click on the extension you wish to change, enter the value and save the settings.

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