How To Fix “MySQL Extension” Error from MultiPHP Update – HostGator cPanel

Did you update your PHP and get an odd error? Have no fear, for Josh is here. We’ll show you how to fix that pesky error and get your website running properly in no time.

If you are still receiving the error after following the steps of this video, you may need to check for a .htaccess in the folder/directory above the one where your website is stored. If there is a PHP handler there, disable it and it should fix the issue.

In this video you’ll learn:
How to spot the “MySQL Extension” Error after updating your PHP
How to locate your .htaccess file
How to make a backup of your .htaccess file
How to comment or delete what is causing the error
How to be super excited about fixing your site

Check out our Knowledgebase articles for more information:
How to Edit Your .htaccess File: http://gtr.bz/YiTe30r2oQt
How to Create a PHPinfo Page: http://gtr.bz/5pYN30r2oRn
The PHP Configuration Plugin: http://gtr.bz/nhHD30r2oRI

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