How to Edit php.ini file in cPanel (max upload size, memory limit…etc.)

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In today's article, I will guide you, How to Edit the php.ini file in cPanel. So let's get started.

  • First go to your cPanel account, and then login.
  • After that, find out the "Softwares" section, In which you can see the "Select PHP Version" option.
  • Simply click on it, and then you will be redirected to Select PHP Version page.
  • On this page, click on "Options" button at the top, and then here you can edit your all PHP Options. Like allow URL fopen, display errors, error reporting, file uploads, include path, log errors, max upload size, memory limit and many more.
  • So once you change any settings on here, So the changes will automatically save. So that's mean there is no need to look for a save button. 

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