PHP 4, PHP 5 and PHP 7 Support
Learn more about PHP 4, PHP 5 and PHP 7, why it’s useful to have them all and ways to easily transition among various PHP versions.
PHP, which stands for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor, is one of the most famous imperative programming languages available out there. Any website or web application created using PHP will run on a given server provided that a PHP module is enabled, which makes the language really universal and it isn’t that surprising that there are a few million servers that support it and hundreds of millions of PHP-powered sites hosted on them. PHP is preferred over HTML thanks to the fact that it allows you to develop a responsive website with plenty of different options. A PHP-based social network, for instance, will display different content to each user despite the fact that the URL will stay unchanged. On the other hand, HTML-based sites are static and the page content can be edited only manually. Like any other software program, PHP has several versions and the version that was used whilst developing a specific website must be set up on the web server in order for the site to run flawlessly.
PHP 4, PHP 5 and PHP 7 Support in Shared Website Hosting
We have decided not to restrict our present and potential clients from selecting what PHP version their websites will be using, so in case you get a shared website hosting package from us, you will be able to choose between versions 4, 5 and 7, not only for the web hosting account itself, but also for each individual domain name that you host. This can be accomplished with just one single click from our custom Hepsia hosting Control Panel via which all hosting accounts are administered, which is the reason why you won’t need to have any programming or technical experience. You will be able to manage sites based on both new and old scripts without any problems, so if you’d like to drop your current hosting services provider and switch over to us, you can be sure that all the websites that you have set up throughout the years will continue to run impeccably.