2013-08-05 9:11 am EST
Thank you for your question. Since this is a public forum, I have X'd out your cPanel username for security purposes.
First, here is our guide on how to create a phpinfo page. This will allow you to view your account's PHP settings.
If you need to adjust your PHP settings, this can also be done in your cPanel, here is a guide on how to do that.
When you access files using your Temp URL, you do not have to list the /public_html folder in the path, since your Temp URL already points to that folder.
So instead of this:
You should use this (be sure to use your actual cPanel username):
Here is a helpful guide on how to manage files on your server.
If you have any further questions, feel free to post them below.
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