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PHP display_errors flag
To change the display_errors setting with php, locate and modify the line of the php.ini file where, "display_errors = On".
If you are using regular php, ensure you have a copy of the modified php.ini file in any directory where you are running php scripts. If you have single php or php with FastCGI, you will only need to modify the file located at public_html/php.ini.
For more information about the different php environments, Click Here.
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