This guide explains how to disable php output_buffering through the .htaccess file.
Follow the steps:
- This process involves the grouping and storing of a PHP script’s output or content beforehand sending it to the web browser, instead of sending it instantly.
- It enhances performance by enabling the transmission of larger data portions, providing the ability to modify content before delivery, and maintaining control over the order in which content is sent.
- While output buffering has its merits, there are instances where you may find it necessary to deactivate. This is particularly relevant when dealing with dynamic content or when your PHP application or framework already employs a buffering mechanism.
- To disable output-buffering, access the .htaccess file using the File Editor; if it is not present in the public_html folder of your website, create it.
- Add the following line-
php_value output_buffering Off
- Click on the “Save” button to apply changes.
Disabling output buffering enhances dynamic content performance and helps avoid conflicts related to buffering. An Apache web server’s configuration file known as a “.htaccess” file contains instructions for the various directories of a website. You can also edit the existing .htaccess file in cPanel.