You can use PHP7 as standard on mixhost, but if you use an application that does not support PHP7, please change the PHP version by referring to the procedure below.

PHP version change

How to change depends on the server you are using.

<Current plan (new plan) server users>

You can specify the PHP version for each domain.

STEP 1: Log in to cPanel.

Log in to cPanel.

STEP 2: Click "MultiPHP Manager" on the cPanel home screen.

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STEP 3: Select the PHP version.

  1. Click the check box of the domain whose PHP version you want to change.
  2. Select any PHP version from the "PHP Version" pull-down list and click Apply.

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  • (PHP version being provided) *As of July 2022
    • ea-php51: PHP5.1
    • ea-php52: PHP5.2
    • ea-php53: PHP5.3
    • ea-php54: PHP5.4
    • ea-php55: PHP5.5
    • ea-php56: PHP5.6
    • ea-php70: PHP7.0
    • ea-php71: PHP7.1
    • ea-php72: PHP7.2
    • ea-php73: PHP7.3
    • ea-php74: PHP7.4
    • ea-php80: PHP8.0
    • ea-php81: PHP8.1

STEP 4: Confirm the message.

 Confirm that a message indicating that the version change has been applied is displayed.

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<For users of the old plan server>

You can specify the PHP version for each account.

STEP 1: Log in to cPanel.

STEP 2: Click "Select PHP Version" from the cPanel home screen.

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STEP 3: Select the PHP version.

Select any PHP version from the pull-down list next to the Current PHP version.

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  • (PHP version being provided) *As of July 2022
    • PHP4.4
    • HP5.1
    • PHP5.2
    • PHP5.3
    • PHP5.4
    • PHP5.5
    • PHP5.6
    • PHP7.0
    • PHP7.1
    • PHP7.2
    • PHP7.3
    • PHP7.4
    • PHP8.0
    • PHP8.1

STEP 4: Reflection confirmation.

Confirm that the selected PHP version is displayed.

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