Enable Error Reporting Using the php.ini File in cPanel – ServerCake



 cPanel is a control panel that is used to manage your web hosting service. cPanel allows the user to add domains and manage your email, installing SSL, uploading different format files etc.
While running any type of platform website, the errors are coming in the programming side, an error will help to understand the coding more deeply.

In this tutorial will help the user to how to identify the error with help of php.file. follow the step by step process to enable the php error reporting.

Step 1: Login into your cPanel with valid credentials.

Step 2: Navigate into Files section and click the File Manager icon.

Step 3: Navigate to the public_html directory and find the php.ini file.

Step 4: Select the php.ini file and right-click to edit button.

Step 5: You will appear a popup window and click on the Edit button and proceed.

Step 6: A new tab will appear in the browser. Scroll down and add the below error_reporting code.
error_reporting = E_ALL & E_Notice
Save the file, now you have successfully enabled the error reporting.

We hope that this tutorial will help you to How to enable Error Reporting Using the php.ini File Using cPanel. For more information, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. For video tutorials, subscribe to our YouTube channel “ServerCake India”.


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