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Posted 02 February 2017 - 02:35 PM

TCH Family,

We would like to announce, starting Friday, February 10th, 2017.  web hosting accounts will begin upgrades to a new version of PHP. In order for smooth transitions and customer satisfaction, please be aware of the upcoming changes. This change will most likely affect your web site.  Due to the widespread effect this may have on our client base, and in an effort to offer the fastest support possible, we have chosen to stagger these updates to our server farm throughout the month of February. Updates about your server will be posted in its appropriate forum thread. This can be found by navigating to the forums, and locating the thread labeled your server name.

We will be offering the following versions:

Apache 2.4, PHP 5.4, PHP 5.5, PHP 5.6, and PHP 7.0

After being upgraded, users will be able to access the MultiPHP editor located in their cPanel and select from the above options listed. Furthermore, we will be implementing a more advanced, and efficient MultiPHP Manager..

We hope for a fast, and productive month of these changes. If you have any questions, or concerns. Feel free to Inquire to us about them. As we want to make this a quick and painless process!

The developers of PHP announced in March of 2013 that PHP 5.3 would enter its End of Life Cycle.  If this may come as a surprise to you, please reference our blog and social media postings dating as far back as of May 2014. If your website runs an outdated version of any software, such as PHP 5.3, this can potentially put your web hosting account at risk. Taking this into account, we are officially ending support for PHP 5.3.

If you have questions or comments, this can be discussed on our forums. Which you can find by going to the following link

Thank you.



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