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In this issue of Maintenance Monday we look at how to not expose the version of #PHP your #Joomla site is using.




  • Tim Davis hosts "Maintenance Monday Live-stream" for Joomla fans.
    - He encourages viewers to subscribe and ring the bell for notifications.
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    - The topic of the live-stream is securing Joomla sites by hiding PHP version.
    - He uses an analogy of not revealing your locks to potential intruders.
    - To hide PHP version, you need to edit the PHP.ini file.
    - Tim emphasizes the importance of regular site backups.
    - He recommends using the hosting control panel's file manager for editing.
    - The PHP.ini file should be created in the Joomla administrator folder.
    - Inside PHP.ini, add the line: "expose_php=off" to hide PHP version.
    - Save the changes and ensure your site is still working.
    - Tim encourages viewers to enjoy their Joomla sites and subscribe for more content.

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