View Server PHP Environment with phpinfo.php


The phpinfo() function outputs a huge amount of information about the system you're using, such as (for example):

  • PHP Version
  • PHO environment
  • PHP options and extension available
  • OS version
  • predefined variables
  • ... and many others...

Create phpinfo.php File

To create a phpinfo file, simply open a plain text file in your web space, name it phpinfo.php, and insert in it the following line:

<?php
  phpinfo();
?>

Viewing the PHP Info

Access the following URL in the web browser: "http://yourwebaddress.com/phpinfo.php", replacing "yourwebaddress.com" with your actual domain name, to view the PHP information relating to your website.

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