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Changing cPanel Shared Hosting Account's PHP Error Handling

You can prevent cPanel shared hosting accounts from displaying PHP error messages on your website by using a PHP initialization file (more info).

You can either edit, upload, or create a file with the following line in it:

display_errors = Off

Once you make that change, cPanel no longer displays PHP errors on your website. Instead, it stores the error information in a file called error_log in the same directory as the PHP script that produced the error.

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