The digital landscape has been continuously evolving and for a business to be able to actually leverage on it is a sure advantage. Every enterprise has its own set of demands and strategies, but one thing is common across all businesses is the need to adapt to the evolving needs of its market. For one, hosting your own website gives you the advantage over others as it allows you to tap a bigger market and to establish your business as a stronger player.
When you work with the leader in platform hosting industry, you have every opportunity to use all the most updated tools and apps. cPanel never stops to innovate and to provide its clients with the newest upgrades. It has introduced EasyApache 4 which launched various features. cPanel promises its clients a more efficient and easier web hosting experience like no other. With more options and more automated features, you will surely enjoy the simpler processes.
One of the simplified processes is the installation method for Apache and PHP updates. With the EasyApache 4 upgrade, you can now install multiple versions of PHP on your servers. cPanel commits to improved configuration with its multi-PHP management and editing. The multiPHP manager allows the user to set various PHP versions for servers, domains, and accounts. Undeniably, clients can now configure their PHP environment with ease.
The Advantages of using multiPHP Manager
Everything will be much easier if only you can manage all the PHP versions that you need in just one interface. In a nutshell, this is what multiPHP manager brings to the table. Now, you can directly manage your system’s default PHP version and the PHP version of any virtual host in the system.
The default set-up will use the system PHP version and once you create a new account, the account then uses this version by default. But now, you can already change your system’s default PHP by editing in the System PHP version and choosing the PHP version that you need.
However, when upgrading, you should remember that WHM’s MultiPHP Manager interface is applicable only for available systems that are already upgraded to EasyApache 4.
Setting up the PHP Version
Now that you have upgraded to EasyApache 4, you should know that each domain or virtual host can already use any currently installed PHP version. Here is the list of accounts:
Hit the search box for the domain you are looking for, while you can also use an account name or a domain name. You can also use the domain of the current PHP version.
When changing a specific account’s PHP version, you can follow these steps: