I installed Chronoforms 6 for WordPress and it requires PHP 5.6 or higher. I am running PHP 5.5 and 7.3 is available.
This video got me started:
I downloaded PHP here: https://windows.php.net/download/
I moved the PHP.ini, wampserver.conf, and phpForApache.ini files from my PHP 5.5 folder to my new PHP 7 folder.
I made a few changes to the PHP.ini and phpForApache.ini from John Dugan’s instructions.
In my PHP.ini the only line I changed was line 1943.
WAMP wouldn’t start after I changed the version to PHP 7.
In the wampserver.conf file I needed to change the following two lines:
$phpConf[‘apache’][‘2.4’][‘LoadModuleName’] = ‘php7_module’;
$phpConf[‘apache’][‘2.4’][‘LoadModuleFile’] = ‘php7apache2_4.dll’;
I restarted WAMP and it was up and running.
The first issue I ran into was CURL needed to be enabled, but the fonts on the site I was working on switched from a Sanserif font to a serif font. Not sure why.
I hope this helps someone else out there…