I am facing issue , your php installation appears to be missing the mysql extension which is required by wordpress.

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your php installation appears to be missing the mysql extension which is required by wordpress.

Any body can help me to sort out this problem?

 

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Ahmad J 6 months 2022-04-15T16:58:40+00:00 1 Answer 37 views Beginner 0

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    2022-04-16T06:45:00+00:00

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    1. Check what PHP version you’re using.

    There are two ways to find out which version of PHP your WordPress site is running. The first way is to log in to your WordPress dashboard. Select Tools > Site Health. Under Site Health Status, WordPress will tell you which version of PHP you’re running and whether it should be updated.

    • The second way is to use a tool like Pingdom or GTMetrix. Both of these tools will give you a detailed breakdown of your site’s performance, including the version of PHP your site is

    If you can’t log in to your WordPress dashboard, you’ll need to access your website via an FTP client. This process is more complicated but still relatively quick and easy.

    Log into your server using Filezilla or another FTP client.

    Open your public_html folder. This is the root directory of your WordPress site.

    Create a blank file and name it phpinfo.php.

    Edit this phpinfo.php file
    <?php phpinfo(); ?>

    • Now load that file in a browser. To do so, just add /phpinfo.php to your website’s URL. So it will look something like: mywebsite.com/phpinfo.php
    • Once loaded, the web page will list all PHP settings currently used on your website, including the version that’s running. This version should be listed at the top.

    Now you have to view the file in a browser. To do so, you have to add /phpinfo.php to your website’s URL. So it should look something like: mywebsite.com/phpinfo.php

    Once it is loaded, the web page will list all PHP settings used on your website, including the version that’s running.

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