Change php version in cpanel
Login to cpanel
Search on the top left hand corner "php"
Select "MultiPHP Manager"
Under PHP-FPM make sure it's on.
In the dropdown labeled php version you can select which version you want.
Select the domain(s) you want to edit and click apply.
Check each domain's respective php info page for if it updated.
Changing PHP version on Linux/FreeBSD accounts
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How to Change Timezone for PHP
You can change the timezone to cater to your specific time zone location. For example, if the server is located in Central Standard Time, but you live and do business in New York and require that orders are coming in from your website be input as ...
How do i change timezone for PHP?
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