PHP is amongst the most widely used web development languages. It’s rather popular since it’s free software, which can be used to build responsive websites like community portals, online shopping portals or e-teaching websites instead of static HTML-based websites. A PHP module must be enabled on the server where a PHP site is hosted so that its code can be ‘translated’. Because there aren’t any license taxes for this kind of module and the language offers innumerable options for the applications that you create, there are hundreds of millions of PHP-powered websites. What’s more, there’re many PHP scripts, which you can use for your sites without needing to possess any coding skills. Since there’re several PHP versions, you should confirm if the same exact version that you used while creating your website is enabled on the server too.