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How to fix multiple errors and warnings from WordPress Dashboard

If you’re getting multiple errors and warning messages on your site after installing a WPZOOM theme, like the one from this image, we have an easy fix for you:

These errors appear only if the PHP version from your server is older than 5.6.

WordPress 4.7 recommends to use PHP 7.0, but our themes work great if you have PHP 5.6 too.

How to change PHP version in CPanel

If your hosting provider offers you access to the Control Panel (CPanel) of your website, then you can quickly change the PHP version used on your site.

Login to the CPanel, and search for “PHP Configuration“:

Click on that icon, and on the next page select from the list PHP 5.6 or a greater version:

Change PHP version on Popular Hosting Providers

Below are links to instructions to change the PHP version on a few popular hosting providers:

How to Change PHP Version on SiteGround

How to Change PHP Version on GoDaddy

How to Change PHP Version on BlueHost

How to Change PHP Version on HostGator

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Last updated on January 4, 2017
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