About PHPinfo

PHPInfo help verifying what php modules are installed/loading
properly or to detect what version of php installed.

Here are the steps that you can follow to create such a file from within your cPanel.

- Start by logging into your cPanel
- Open File Manager
- Make sure you are in the directory you want to put the phpinfo page into. For instance, if you are making a phpinfo page for your main domain name, you will want to be in the public_html directory. If you’re
- Click on the "New File" File icon at the top of the page
In the dialog box that appears asking you for a file name, type in phpinfo.php
- Locate your new phpinfo file, right click it and select either "Edit" or "Code Edit" from the menu. If a "Text Editor" prompt appears, in the drop down list, choose "utf-8" and then click the "Edit" button. In the editor, type in the following text

<? phpinfo(); ?>

- Click the “Save Changes” button.
- To view your newly created phpinfo page simply navigate to yourdomain.com/phpinfo.php

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