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

    Chris

    @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

    @harveyducros

    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:

    http://YourWordPressWebsite.com/wp-admin/tools.php?page=thisismyurl_php_info

    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.

    @harveyducros

    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:

    <?php
    	phpinfo();
    ?>

    Save the file and upload it to your website, via FTP. then access that file by going to: http://YourWordPressWebsite.com/phpinfo.php

    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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