How to view PHP settings with the phpinfo() function

Last modified: Friday November 24th, 2023

From this article, you will know how to use the phpinfo() function to view detailed information about the PHP environment, settings, and more other.

! You must have a Beehosting account to view the output of phpinfo() on our servers. The information disclosed by the phpinfo() function is a potential security risk, so we do not make it publicly available. Hackers and other attackers can use the information from phpinfo() to plan an attack.

Viewing PHP settings with phpinfo Function

During web development, you need to check your PHP settings as often as possible. To do this, run a script that calls the phpinfo() function. When you load a page in a web browser, the script shows all the PHP configuration settings for your website.

How to use the phpinfo() function to view PHP settings:

  1. Create a file containing the following code:
  2. Save the file as info.php or something similar.
  3. Upload the file to your public_html directory.
  4. In a browser, navigate to, where is your website’s domain name. The page displays a lot of information about installing PHP.
    For security reasons, you should disable any calls to the phpinfo() function when website development and testing are complete.

More Information

For more information about the phpinfo() function, please visit

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