On Monday, July 27th 2020, we will be upgrading all of our servers' standard PHP version to version 7.4. Version 7.4 is the latest stable version of PHP.

PHP 7.4 introduces a lot of new features, bug fixes and security fixes. Upgrading to version 7.4 does however require that your software supports this version.

If your software does not support this version of PHP, you need to assign a specific version of PHP for your website. Do this by navigating to cPanel > Software > MultiPHP Manager and change the PHP version for your website. Remember that all websites set to 'inherit' will be automatically upgraded.

These systems does support PHP 7.4

If you run the latest version of these systems, no action is required from you. They all support PHP 7.4. It might be necessary to check if software (such as plugins) from a third party also supports PHP 7.4.

  • WordPress
  • Joomla (from version 3)
  • Drupal (from version 8.8.3)

These systems does not support PHP 7.4

The below systems does not support PHP 7.4 officially. That does not mean that your system will have any problems with running on PHP 7.4, however. If you experience any issues after upgrading to PHP 7.4, you should downgrade to PHP 7.3 or PHP 7.2.

  • PrestaShop
  • Magento

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact our customer service. They will also be able to assist you if you want to know if your specific system supports PHP 7.4 or not.