Custom php.ini for cPanel shared hosting

Do you want to modify the global php.ini file to accommodate a script you are installing.

You have a script 'myfile.php' that requires the following settings according to the documentation -



1. upload_max_filesize need to be higher than 2M

2. safe_mode needs to be turned off

3. enable_dl needs to be turned on

In this example the script 'myfile.php' resides within your public_html/ directory.

1. Open up notepad on your computer and add the following

upload_max_filesize=5M
safe_mode = Off
enable_dl = On

2. Save that file with the name 'php.ini'

3. Upload that file to public_html/

Now you have a custom php configuration!

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