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Scripts: PHP: phpinfo

This script will give you all the configuration info and variables you need for your scripts.


<?php

###########################################################################
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# Neither http://www.4webhelp.net/ nor its members accept any             #
# responsibility, either expressed or implied, for any damage caused by   #
# using this script or the misuse of this script.                         #
#                                                                         #
#                          INSTRUCTIONS                                   #
#                                                                         #
# 1) Copy this code to an editor such as Notepad and save it with a       #
# .php  extension.                                                        #
# 2) FTP this file to a folder on your site in ASCII mode                 #
# 3) Call up this file in your web browser to see your phpinfo            #
#                                                                         #
###########################################################################

phpinfo();

?>

<p>This script courtesy of <a href="http://www.4webhelp.net/">4WebHelp</a>.</p>

Latest comments
Name: SergeyEmail sergeygsd at yandex dot ru
Thank you. I'm reinstall apache. I use for me on the localhost (estudio). Synserley your.
Name: NeptoEmail none
Finally some working phpinfo code.

All the phpinfo snippets across the web are wrong. But this one rocks!

Keep up the good work! Copyright, disclaiment and rich header is definitelly appropriate for this great script.

Thanks again!
Name: Mike TEmail mike dot tilder at drop dot mail dot netropic dot co dot uk
Thanks. I've been searching for a while to find out how to do this!
Name: billmanEmail none
thanks, needed this.  It just wouldn't come to me.  Thanks for being courteous!
Name: a flank suggestionEmail noreply at yahoo dot com
Why not just remove your entire "template" and replace it with a link straight to the php.net manual? www.php.net/phpinfo

This would be more helpful for those who want to learn more about the phpinfo() function. Don't you think so, 4webhelp?
Name: then i should copyright this code tooEmail warezguy at yagbu dot net
to stop wait timer on rapidshare

put this in your browser

javascript:alert(c=0)

and the timer has reset to 0 and you can download the file and dont need to wait 60-40 seconds to download it
Name: wtf?Email none
Why would you put a "provided by" statement on a single command statement? LOL... next time actually write some code.
Name: RupertEmail none
I concur.  Daniel doesnt seem to know much about php either as his IP Locator claims I am several thousand kilometres where I really am!  
Name: ceejayozEmail none
<?php phpinfo(); ?>

A lot simpler that way, eh?
Name: gigelEmail gigel_cel_mititel at yahoo dot com
... ungrateful visitors Wink
Name: Security AdvisorEmail none
Nobody can say this script is unter copyright, because this functions all open for each other.
Good to get this little Scriptparts fom you I deletet your text and used for my own.

Name: DanielEmail use contact form
As it says above your comment, I have removed the copyright notice. If you wish to copy and paste the script "as-is" then you will have a "Courtesy of" notice (although nothing stops you from getting rid of it!).
Name: AcecoolEmail webmaster at acecoolco dot com
I dont think any copyright courtosey should be in place as it is a function clearly stated in the manual and on the website.
Name: DanielEmail use contact form
Sorry, that's a default template we use here. I have removed the copyright bit. However I feel that the "courtesy of" text should stay if whoever uses the script is going to copy-paste it straight off the site.
Name: mehEmail none
I don't think you should put a copyright and a "courtesy of" link in it considering all it is is a function, you didn't write it..

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