PHP Settings

How to change PHP settings

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Written by Karl
Updated over a week ago

Sometimes certain WordPress theme and plugins requires modified PHP settings to work properly. We are currently working on adding common PHP settings to our control panel to give you control over these, but for now please reach out us if you want to change any settings.

Simply reach out to our support by clicking the chat icon in the bottom right corner and let is know which site you want to change PHP settings on, and what values you would like to use.

Change PHP version

To change PHP version of a site, open the site in question in our panel and then click the Advanced tab where you will be able to change the PHP version.

Click Get current settings and to make sure you see the updated settings of the site, then go ahead and change to your desired PHP version and click Save.

Changing PHP version take only a few seconds.


Change PHP Settings

To change PHP settings, navigate to the website in our panel you would like to change settings for, then click Advanced, followed by PHP Settings.

From here you can change the following settings:

  • Max upload size

  • Post max size

  • Memory limit

  • Max execution time

  • Max input vars


How to change other PHP settings

PHP settings that aren't available in the Templ Panel can be changed on application level instead, which is done by adding a code snippet to your site.

For example, if you want to change short_open_tag then you can add this to your wp-config.php file:
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ini_set('short_open_tag', '1');

The same method can be used to change many PHP settings, not just short_open_tag.

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