We all know that
phpinfo() is an easy way to see if a server has what it takes to run WordPress smoothly, but sometimes that is not enough. phpwpinfo provides an equivalent to the
phpinfo() function that reports WordPress Requirements information about the PHP/MySQL/Apache environment, and offers suggestions for improvement. This tool allows you to quickly test environment server where you want to install WordPress.
It tests various elements such as :
- PHP & MySQL Version
- Apache modules
- PHP Extensions
- PHP Configuration
- MySQL Configuration
- Mail server feature
It also allows you to quickly view
phpinfo() and MySQL variables. Finally, it allows (if you server allows it) to quickly install :
- Latest version of WordPress (US)
This script is writted in full PHP and use Bootstrap for HTML/CSS/JS provided by Bootstrap CDN. More info can be found in the launch post of HereWithMe but you’ll have to be able to read French. Want to go straight to the code? Visit the Github project page of phpwpinfo.