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How to edit PHP Configuration
In the event you need to edit your PHP on your VPS or Dedicated server, you will need to access the WHM in order to do so. Editing the php.ini will not help you.
- Log into your WHM: How to Access the WHM
- Once in the WHM go to the search bar, in the top left, and type PHP.
- Then go to PHP Configuration Editor
- If the setting you would like to modify can not be found in Basic Mode, Click on Advanced Mode to get the full list, such as post_max_size
- When you are done go to the bottom and click Save.
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