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If you have a fair amount of domains on a single cPanel account, there may come a time when you want to set a different PHP version to be used with each domain name. This can be due to dependency issues with the different PHP Versions that make your site not work. For example, the PHP mysql_ functions being deprecated and removed in PHP 7. Luckily there is something called MultiPHP that can get this taken care of easily.
MultiPHP is only available if you have installed your Apache using EasyApache 4. If you have used EasyApache 3 in the past, you can still upgrade to EasyApache 4 to utilize this feature. MultiPHP allows you to set individual PHP versions and configurations easily with your domains on your cPanel account.
Before proceeding with the steps below, first, you need to be using EasyApache 4 in your cPanel. All of our newly purchased Hosting plans, such as our Shared and Business hosting, will have this by default.
If you should have any questions or would like assistance, please contact us through Live Chat or by submitting a ticket with our Technical Support team.
Written by Michael Brower / September 5, 2017