The UK-based CMS ocPortal has undergone a rebrand: presenting Composr 10. Following in the footsteps of ocPortal 9, this CMS offers an all-in-one solution for web presences, with no need for extensions or templates. But who is Composr 10 suited to? And how does it compare to the CMS market leaders?
PHP is one of the most important languages on the Internet. Many content management systems like WordPress, TYPO3 or Joomla are based on PHP. With the release of PHP 8, various new features were introduced. Also some old features were reworked, meaning that errors may occur if the code is not up to date. You can find all the important information about the new features of PHP 8 here.
A PHP script is a convenient way to accept information submitted from a website's HTML form and insert it into a MySQL/MariaDB database. This tutorial will cover how to create a basic PHP script for inserting data, and an HTML form to take user input from a webpage and pass it to the PHP script.
The default version of PHP available on a new Cloud Server running CentOS 7 is version 5.4. Learn how to upgrade this to PHP 7.0. You will need to perform the upgrade by hand, since PHP 7 is not available in the standard CentOS 7 `yum` repository, because it is not considered stable.
Learn how to connect to a MySQL/MariaDB database using PHP on a Cloud Server running Linux. This tutorial will cover connecting to a database on the same server as the PHP application, as well as how to connect to a database on a different Cloud Server.
PHP is designed to easily integrate into a website. One of the most common uses for PHP is to take content from a database and output it on an HTML page. This tutorial will cover how to connect to a MySQL/MariaDB database, pull out information from a simple table, and display it in a simple HTML table.
Learn how to change the PHP configurations on a Cloud Server with Linux by locating and editing the php.ini file.
Learn how to change the PHP version for a server with Plesk. This tutorial includes instructions on how to find the PHP version your Plesk server is using, change to a different PHP version, and install a different PHP version if necessary.
Switching to a current PHP version is done in three simple steps. In the fourth, optional step, you cancel IONOS PHP Extended Support.
In this article we want to discuss with you common bugs in PHP version changes and work out solutions to fix them.