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==Other PHP pages==
==Other PHP pages==
[[Installing Oracle for PHP]]
*[[Installing Oracle for PHP]]
[[PHP error logs]]
*[[PHP error logs]]
*[[Installing Moodle/PHP settings by Moodle version]] Draft
== See also ==
== See also ==

Revision as of 18:18, 13 February 2009

PHP is the scripting language in which Moodle is developed. PHP does not stand alone, it is tightly integrated with a suitable HTTP Server. Most people use the Apache HTTP Server for this purpose although a number of others are supported.

PHP describes itself as "a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML."


Usually PHP is installed alongside Apache and MySQL in a combination known as AMP, see Installing AMP for details.

Minimum version requirements

The minimum version of PHP required for Moodle is listed in the requirements section of the installation instructions

Other PHP pages

See also