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PHP website type and PHP per website settings

Website edit view now display PHP websites type as PHP rather than Apache standard for more consistency with other languages. It also allow now to choose your PHP version and php.ini settings par website rather than using the global config (which remains available by default).

Compatibility: websites already running as Apache standard are now displayed as PHP, using the global PHP version and php.ini environment settings.

API: websites using the Apache standard type now returns PHP as type. You can still create a Apache standard type, but it will be converted to PHP. The Apache standard type is set as deprecated.

More information in our blog post announcement.