Important information about an upcoming PHP upgrade

We are about to upgrade to PHP 7 in our shared web hosting service for webpages using the Linux platform. This update will affect you if you are running Linux based web pages.

We are estimated to launch PHP 7 in our shared web hosting environment on 12 April (2017-04-12). During a transition period you will be able to choose if your web pages should run PHP 7 or remain on PHP 5 but moving forward, we will transfer to PHP 7 as default. For that reason we encourage you to make sure that your web pages will work with PHP 7. Here is a guide for choosing PHP version: https://support.citynetwork.se/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/499/0/How-do-you-change-the-PHP-version-in-our-Linux-environment

 

By following our simple guides you can test your web pages and see if they will be affected by the future change to PHP 7.

Guide to test your webpages from a computer running Windowshttps://support.citynetwork.se/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/502/0/Test-your-website-against-PHP-7.0-for-you-who-is-using-Windows

Guide to test your webpages from a computer running Linux  or OS Xhttps://support.citynetwork.se/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/501/0/Test-your-website-against-PHP-7.0-for-you-who-is-using-Linux-/-Mac

 

If your web page is not working as expected after testing (and further down the road – after we have implemented PHP 7 as default) we have a guide for the most common sollutions on the most common problems which are usually related to your CMS (Content Management System). The guide can be found here: https://support.citynetwork.se/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/500/0/Troubleshooting-steps-for-your-webpage-with-PHP

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