WordPress Users Get Help from WP Engine with Upgrading to PHP 7

Mar 6, 2017 - WP Engine recently announced they will help WordPress users with the adoption of PHP 7. They will be offering this environment for all of their customers, along with the PHP 7 Compatibility Checker plugin, which they launched a couple months ago.

The upgrade process is pretty easy, according to WP Engine and will be seamless for all their customers. They have already gone through extensive testing to ensure all of their customers have an easy path for adopting PHP 7.

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