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How do I hide any PHP errors on my website?

If you are still testing your website and you don’t want people to see any possible PHP errors, you can create a .htaccess file with the following flag:


php_flag display_errors off

If you would like to see the PHP errors again, you can change off to on.

php_flag display_errors on
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