How to enable allow_url_fopen through cPanel

PHP is a scripting language used by developers to build websites. ‘url_fopen’ refers to a PHP directive allowing files to be included from external sources. It will creates the security risk for all domains hosted on the servers by enabling the allow_url_fopen.
- Go to cPanel
- Search MultiPHP INI Editor
- Select the desired location (domain) from the drop down
- Search allow_url_fopen, toggle to Enable
- Then click on Apply all the way on the bottom:
Note: If your website does not require ‘allow_url_fopen’ you can simply make that directive is set to ‘Disabled’.

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