How do I create my own php.ini file?

PHP options can be enabled/disabled within the php.ini file on your web site. You or your web developer may prefer to upload their own php.ini file. Here is how to do that:

Simply upload a text version of your php.ini file to the home directory of your web site. The home directory of your web site is /home/username/public_html .

Note: With the php.ini file within the root directory, the PHP options you have enabled will be effective for your entire hosting account.
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