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Language: PHP
Posted by: Dylan Lopez
Added: Nov 23, 2017 9:57 AM
Modified: Nov 23, 2017 9:57 AM
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  1. $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']    Returns the filename of the currently executing script
  2. $_SERVER['GATEWAY_INTERFACE']   Returns the version of the Common Gateway Interface (CGI) the server is using
  3. $_SERVER['SERVER_ADDR'] Returns the IP address of the host server
  4. $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] Returns the name of the host server (such as www.w3schools.com)
  5. $_SERVER['SERVER_SOFTWARE']     Returns the server identification string (such as Apache/2.2.24)
  6. $_SERVER['SERVER_PROTOCOL']     Returns the name and revision of the information protocol (such as HTTP/1.1)
  7. $_SERVER['REQUEST_METHOD']      Returns the request method used to access the page (such as POST)
  8. $_SERVER['REQUEST_TIME']        Returns the timestamp of the start of the request (such as 1377687496)
  9. $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']        Returns the query string if the page is accessed via a query string
  10. $_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT'] Returns the Accept header from the current request
  11. $_SERVER['HTTP_ACCEPT_CHARSET'] Returns the Accept_Charset header from the current request (such as utf-8,ISO-8859-1)
  12. $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']   Returns the Host header from the current request
  13. $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER']        Returns the complete URL of the current page (not reliable because not all user-agents support it)
  14. $_SERVER['HTTPS']       Is the script queried through a secure HTTP protocol
  15. $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] Returns the IP address from where the user is viewing the current page
  16. $_SERVER['REMOTE_HOST'] Returns the Host name from where the user is viewing the current page
  17. $_SERVER['REMOTE_PORT'] Returns the port being used on the user's machine to communicate with the web server
  18. $_SERVER['SCRIPT_FILENAME']     Returns the absolute pathname of the currently executing script
  19. $_SERVER['SERVER_ADMIN']        Returns the value given to the SERVER_ADMIN directive in the web server configuration file (if your script runs on a virtual host, it will be the value defined for that virtual host) (such as someone@w3schools.com)
  20. $_SERVER['SERVER_PORT'] Returns the port on the server machine being used by the web server for communication (such as 80)
  21. $_SERVER['SERVER_SIGNATURE']    Returns the server version and virtual host name which are added to server-generated pages
  22. $_SERVER['PATH_TRANSLATED']     Returns the file system based path to the current script
  23. $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'] Returns the path of the current script
  24. $_SERVER['SCRIPT_URI']  Returns the URI of the current page