PHP Hosting - Top PHP 5 & MySQL web hosts - PHP Web Hosting Reviews 2010

List of top PHP Hosting providers, PHP Web Hosting Reviews, prices and features. All hosts support PHP 5 and MySQL 5.

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BlueHost
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$3.95

HostMonster
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FastDomain
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HostGator
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InmotionHosting
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$6.95

Web Hosting Pad
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IX Web Hosting
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DreamHost
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JustHost
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LunarPages
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All hosts have the latest version of PHP and MySQL and all of them support .htaccess override. Some hosts even allow custom PHP.INI to further customize settings.
Most of the open-source web applications (and/or closed-source ones) including our free open-source directory script and gallery script require/support PHP to create your website. Above listed php web hosts have been tested with the most popular scripts (drupal, jooomla, wordpress and others), our scripts (directory, gallery, ip2country, PHP paypal etc) and all scripts work flawlessly and fast.

About PHP

PHP is Web Scripting language originally created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1995, as Personal Homepage Tools, now referred to as HyperText Preprocessor. After the PHP 3 release, the language gained popularity and today is one of the most used web programming languages for producing dynamic web sites. The newest version is 5 which adds many features, security, and enhanced OOP (Object Oriented Programming) support. PHP often comes in bundle with Apache httpd - web server and MySQL - relational database system, called LAMP or WAMP (L stands for Linux, W for windows). Many popular websites are powered by PHP including facebook.com, youtube (in the beginning), some google services, digg.com - the news portal and many others. Wordpress the popular weblog (blog) platform is built with PHP.