27
August
2012

Fix Out of Date PHP

More and more extensions are requiring PHP 5.3.  If you are getting warnings, there are two main ways of switching your website over to PHP 5.3

Using .htaccess

Towards the top of your .htaccess, add:

# Use PHP 5.3AddType application/x-httpd-php53.php

 

Change in Control Panel of Hosting

Look for "CGI and Scripted Language Support"

Then go to "PHP Scripting"

Set "Select Default PHP Version" to PHP 5.3

Author: Alexis Priddy Categories: Server Settings

About the Author

Alexis Priddy

Alexis Priddy

Alexis moved to Waco in 2008 after five years in the United States Army as a military police officer.  Web design was a hobby that grew into a passionwhile she was in the military.  She is the founder of ArmyToolbag.com, a reference website for Army personnel that averages over 25,000 unique visitors a month.  When she sold that website to a national marketing firm, she decided to venture out and start YellowWebMonkey Web Design in 2009.  She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Computer Science Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY.

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