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PHP Environment

This page has some key information about our servers for sites hosted on our plugin-enabled plans. You may use this for troubleshooting issues or for making a decision to host your site with us. Please note that these settings can’t be changed or modified for any individual site.

WordPress environment

WordPress version: 6.0.1

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Server environment

Server info: nginx
PHP version: 7.4, 8.0, 8.1
memory_limit: 512 MB
post_max_size: 2 GB
max_execution_time: 1200
max_input_vars: 6144
cURL version: 7.80.0
MySQL version: MariaDB
Max upload size: 2 GB
SUHOSIN installed:  
ionCube installed:  
ImageMagick installed:  
Sodium installed:  
Default timezone is UTC:  
PDO_MYSQL installed:  
GD installed:  
fsockopen/cURL:  
SoapClient:  
DOMDocument:  
GZip:  
Multibyte String:  
Remote Post:  
Remote Get:  

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PHP Modules

The following PHP modules are available on WordPress.com plugin-enabled sites:

  • apcu
  • bcmath
  • calendar
  • cgi-fcgi
  • Core
  • ctype
  • curl
  • date
  • dom
  • exif
  • fileinfo
  • filter
  • gd
  • gmagick
  • gmp
  • hash
  • iconv
  • imap
  • intl
  • json
  • libxml
  • mbstring
  • mcrypt
  • memcache
  • mysqli
  • mysqlnd
  • openssl
  • pcntl
  • pcre
  • PDO
  • pdo_mysql
  • pdo_sqlite
  • Phar
  • posix
  • Reflection
  • session
  • shmop
  • SimpleXML
  • soap
  • sockets
  • sodium
  • SPL
  • sqlite3
  • standard
  • sysvsem
  • sysvshm
  • timezonedb
  • tokenizer
  • xml
  • xmlreader
  • xmlwriter
  • xsl
  • Zend OPcache
  • zip
  • zlib

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What about sites hosted on the Personal and Premium plans?

This information is only relevant to sites on plans where custom plugins or themes have been installed. Sites on Personal and Premium plans don’t have this feature and are hosted in a different environment, so the information in this guide is irrelevant.

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Can I make changes to the NGINX configuration?

Some plugins and themes may tell you that in order to function they need you to make changes to the NGINX configuration. However, this is not possible here at WordPress.com. If a plugin or theme suggests changes, please reach out to the developers to see if they have any alternative solutions.

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Can I make changes to php.ini?

Some plugins and themes may tell you that in order to function they need you to make changes to the php.ini file. However, this is not possible here at WordPress.com. If a plugin or theme suggests changes, please reach out to the developers to see if they have any alternative solutions.

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Is multisite supported on WordPress.com?

No. We don’t currently support multisite on WordPress.com.

WordPress.com plans include an extensive list of features for a single site. If you would like to create multiple sites on WordPress.com, a new site can be created on an existing WordPress.com account. A separate plan can then be purchased for each new site.

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Questions?

If you have any questions about the information on this page, or anything else about our hosting service, please contact us.

This page is subject to change without prior notice.

 

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