What is PHP?
PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor and it was originally derived from Personal Home Page Tools. PHP is a server-side scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML. It is available open source and it runs on various platforms. It also supports a wide range of databases. In this article guides to fine server default PHP version
PHP can add, delete, modify data in database
It’s used to control the user access and encrypt the data
PHP can read, write, open, delete and close the file on server and also generate the dynamic page content
PHP can send and receive the cookies.
Advantages of PHP:
PHP support the variety of platforms like Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS, etc and it compatible with all server.
It supports wide range of databases and easy to learn and run efficiently on the server
How to find Server’s Default PHP Version?
The Server’s default PHP Version can be found easily by using commands in the command-line interface.
Open SSH Shell and Login to the server. Use the command to
php-v find the version of PHP.