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What is PHP Hosting?

Unless you have a static HTML site, you'll need to use scripts and applications to serve up your website content. PHP stands for PHP Hypertext Processor, and it's designed to make dynamic websites easier to create. It's primarily available on Linux hosting plans.

If your blog or business website relies on a content management system (CMS) (like WordPress), or if you need to protect your site’s code and customer information behind a robust line of defense, you want a hosting provider that supports PHP. Its open-source code and versatility make it a popular offering for most providers. PHP installation and configuration can usually be found in the website control panel application provided by your host (such as cPanel), and should not add any additional cost to your hosting fees, but it’s always a good idea to confirm support for this (or any other) application with your host when choosing a plan.

PHP Terminology and Acronyms

When buying a hosting account for PHP support, you may come across some of the following terms and abbreviations:

PHP is a recursive acronym. It stands for PHP Hypertext Processor. Originally, it stood for Personal Home Page
◉ Foo is a term used as a placeholder or wildcard. You'll see it on PHP forums, in working code and in examples online
◉ PEAR is the PHP Extension and Application Repository, a code library that simplifies and speeds up development
◉ LAMP, a common hosting set-up: Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. LAMP is sometimes referred to as a stack, or a solution stack
◉ Zend is a software company that develops PHP applications. Its products include the Zend Engine, the driving force behind the execution of PHP code

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