Your PHP version displays in the Server section of the Hosting Control Center Dashboard.
If your account has PHP 4 support enabled, it can also run PHP 5 applications by using .PHP5 files.
We no longer install PEAR (PHP Extension and Application Repository) by default on our Linux Web hosting environments.
PEAR is a structured library of open-source code for users of PHP. The installation requires a specialized file named go-pear.php, which is a modification of your php5.ini file. You also need to password [...]
Our Linux grid hosting accounts can support PHP 5.
Our Linux hosting accounts run in CGI mode. When PHP 5 runs in this mode, the server variable element PATH_INFO behaves differently than under PHP 4. PHP 5 scripts can use the element SCRIPT_NAME in place of PATH_INFO to ensure the expected value is [...]
Linux hosting accounts running Hosting Configuration 2.0 and above support PHP 5. Depending on the contents of your htaccess file, you can use a .php5 file extension.
For information on using extensionless PHP files, see Can I use extensionless PHP files?.
For additional information on supported programming languages, see Which programming [...]
The PHP 4 domxml module is not supported in PHP 5 and has been replaced with the dom module. When moving to PHP 5, any scripts using domxml module functions must be modified to use dom module [...]