|From v5.2 onwards, login to your website admin and then access 'Tools' / 'Site Health' / 'Info' tab / 'Server' box.
For earlier versions you can install this plugin although we highly recommend that you update your WordPres site as keeping a website using an old version creates a security vunerability in itself.
Remember also that if you are paying WordPress.com to host your WordPress site, that you don't need to take any further action as they will be maintaining it for you and it will be running a safe version of PHP.
|Drupal||Login to your website admin and then access the 'Reports' / 'Status' page|
|Joomla!||Login to your website admin and then go to 'System' / 'System Information' page|
|Magento||Login to your website admin and then go to 'System' / 'System Information' page|
|Laravel||Laravel doesn't come with a standard CMS, you will need to skip to the next possible method to determine your PHP version|
|concrete5||Login to your website admin and then go to 'System & Settings' / 'Environment Information' page|
|Prestashop||Login to your website admin and then go to 'Advanced Parameters' / 'Information' page|
|CMS Made Simple||Login to your website admin and then go to 'Site Admin' / 'System Information' page then look at the table titled 'PHP Information'|
|PHP-Fusion||Login to your website admin and then go to 'Admin Panel' / 'System Admin' tab / 'PHP Info' icon|
|Composr CMS||Login to your website admin and then via the admin menu interface select 'PHP-Info' / 'Server Checks'|
|MediaWiki||Login to your website admin and then go to 'Special pages' / 'Data and tools' / 'Version'|
|Are we missing your CMS?||Please let us know if we don't include a popular CMS that your own website uses!|