Enable/Disable PHP Warnings/Logs and Errors from .htaccess with Apache

Put what you see below into your .htaccessand it will enable errors and notices. (change on to off and 1 to 0 to disable though)

php_flag display_startup_errors on
php_flag display_errors on
php_flag html_errors on

Now you'll be able to see errors and notices but this should really only be used for debugging purposes and only temporarily as it can be a security issue since errors can reveal information you wouldn't want hackers to know about.

 

 


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