Support » Plugin: WordPress phpinfo() » [Plugin: WordPress phpinfo()] Invalid argument

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  • It should be fixed now, I just uploaded a new version (3.5.1)


    @christopherross – yes sir, it is fixed!

    Hi Chris,
    How can I check which version of PHP my server is using? I have checked in the tools section but can’t find any reference to version 5.2 or 5.3


    I’m making a few assumption here, but if the WordPress phpinfo() plugin is installed and activated correctly, the information you are looking for will be at:

    Thanks bamajr,
    I have checked this again without any success – no direct indication as to version 5.2 or 5.3 only hundreds of lines of code.

    I have deactivated and then reactivated the plugin and the message states that it has been successfully activated.

    Unfortunately I need to know the correct version in order to install another plugin which is different for each versions.

    Any further help would be appreciated.


    You could contact your hosting provider, but usually, there is a way to tell from within the management panel (hosting panel), provided to you by your web host.

    Another thing you can do is to create a file called phpinfo.php

    In that file paste the following code:


    Save the file and upload it to your website, via FTP. then access that file by going to:

    I don’t recommend doing this from within your WordPress installation directory. I would suggest trying this in a separate directory or a sub-domain, on the same server.

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