Requirements for QrexOrder

Google Map Cloud Account

A Google Cloud Account with proper Billing Setup is the most important thing required to use QrexOrder QrexOrder relies on some APIs provided by Google Maps and also some upcoming features are coming using Google Maps. Geocoding API, Maps Javascript API, Places API, Maps Static API, GeoLocation API, are the APIs QrexOrder uses without which it is impossible to use QrexOrder. Also, we cannot replace the Google APIs dependency with any other services like MapBox or OpenStreetMap or anything else as our system is fully coupled with Google Services internally.

Click here to learn how to set up a Google Cloud Account with billing and APIs.


We provide a .htaccess a configuration file that works well with any Apache server.

Nginx or LiteSpeed or any other server is NOT officially supported and we CANNOT help with the server configuration of any kind if your server uses anything other than Apache.

Hosting Services

QrexOrder works very well with all major managed hosting providers. To name a few, GoDaddy, Hostinger, NameCheap, BlueHost, SiteGround, HostGator, a2hosting. All managed hosting provides would support an easy-to-use cPanel through which Qrexorder can literally be installed in just 5 minutes. (We also offer installation support for these hosting providers)

If you use a Cloud Hosting service like AWS, GCloud, DigitalOcean, etc, we DO NOT support installation or server configuration on these services. If you use a Cloud Hosting or a dedicated server where you have configured the server on your own, the support will only be resumed after you have completed installation and setup for Qrexmenu

We will support only an apache server with cPanel.

PHP Version

QrexOrder requires PHP v7.4 to 8.1

PHP Extensions

The following PHP extensions are mandatory to use QrexOrder:

  • OpenSSL PHP Extension

  • cUrl PHP Extention

  • PDO PHP Extension

  • Mbstring PHP Extension

  • Tokenizer PHP Extension

  • XML PHP Extension

  • Ctype PHP Extension

  • JSON PHP Extension

  • ZIP PHP Extension

  • FileInfo PHP Extension

  • BCMath PHP Extension

  • GD PHP extension

  • allow_url_fopen is enabled.

  • mod_rewriteis enabled.

How to Enable PHP Extensions?

On a manages hosting provider (like GoDaddy, Hostinger, etc) you will have an option to change the PHP Configuration under the name "Php Versions" or "Php Configurations" or "Php Extensions" or some similar names.

There you can find a similar view as shown below:

From this list, check all the required extensions and Save/Apply the settings.

Also check allow_url_fopen is enabled.

We will support only an Apache server with cPanel.

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