How To Use Plesk To Enable or Disable PHP Extensions

This post will show how you administrators can easily either enable or disable a PHP extension using a Plesk control panel.

To enable or disable PHP extensions, follow the below-mentioned steps:

Step 1. Log in to Plesk using your credentials.

Step 2. On the left-hand side of the screen, select the “Server Management” option and then navigate to the “Tools and Settings” sub-option.

Step 3. From there select “PHP settings” under the General setting option.

Step 4. Now, the list of all the PHP handlers will be displayed.

Step 5. To customize a PHP handler’s extensions, choose the handlers you want.

Step 6. The “Extension” tab will contain all the PHP extensions of that particular handle.

Step 7. The extensions can be checked or unchecked to activate or disable them.

Step 8. Once you are done, press the “OK” button.

In this manner, you can enable or disable the PHP extensions depending on your needs. Hopefully, you found this post helpful. If you continue to experience issues or require additional assistance, you can reach out to our support team who are available 24×7. Also, check out their web hosting services.

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