Learn PHP:2-Check If PHP is Enabled On Your Server with This Script

Posted: September 29, 2010 in PHP

Before you can work with PHP scripts and files, you must check to see if it is enabled on your server or local machine(computer). Use the “php_check.php” file code below to test and see whether or not your server can process PHP.

1. Create a new blank file in your favorite text editor
2. Place the code below into the new file and save it as “php_check.php”
3. Put it on your server, and view it with your browser, the output will tell you things.

Start Copy+Paste for this box here on this line of text

<title>PHP Check File</title>
print "<h1>Congratulations, your server can process PHP!</h1>";
print "<h3>Here you can view the PHP configuration on your server</h3>";
phpinfo( );
<h1>Sorry, PHP is not enabled on this server.</h1><br /><br />
<h3>Check your host provider documentation or contact
your host provider to ask them how to enable PHP.</h3>

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  3. Hi just thought i would tell you something.. This is twice now i?ve landed on your blog in the last 3 weeks looking for completely unrelated things. Great Info! Keep up the good work.

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