Solve the problem that the cPanel host cannot modify the php.ini file
For example, when testing a certain open source software, it keeps reporting errors
php Notice: Undefined offset 1
php Notice: Undefined offset 2
php Notice: Undefined offset 3
php Notice: Undefined offset 4
cPanel host background host can be modified
error_reporting=E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE
Thus, the error message is completely blocked, so that for those who are obsessed with cleanliness, the error message will not be seen.
But after the modification, it still reports an error, or it is invalid.
In the end, the error message can only be shielded by modifying the error report file
Enter the following code in the header of the error message PHP file
<?php error_reporting (E_ALL ^ E_NOTICE); ?>