Can I change the PHP version on my site?

Our hosting nodes use CloudLinux which allows each site to choose the PHP version that the site uses. 

To change the version your account is using: 

1. Log into the cPanel for your account
2. Once logged in, click on the icon called "Select PHP Version" 
3. The drop down box labelled "PHP Version" will allow you to select the PHP Version that you would like to use
4. Once selected, click the button "Set as current" to save the change.


On this page, you can also add other PHP modules that you would like to use for your site if it is not enabled by default.
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