I received this email from BlueHost, which hosts my Wordpress website and am unsure what to do/if I need to do anything.
PHP, the web programming language, has several different versions and we
will be phasing out PHP version 5.2 in the near future as it has been
unsupported by its creators for several years now. You are receiving this
email because your account was found to be using PHP version 5.2.
If you're not certain of your sites compatibility with PHP 5.4, you can
quickly and easily test it by changing your account to PHP 5.4 single using
the outlined steps below. If, after changing your PHP version to 5.4 and
your site looks normal and operates without any errors then your site is
compatible. If you update to PHP 5.4 and you find your site showing errors
or a blank white screen that is a good sign that something in your site is
not compatible. Most commonly these are plug-ins or themes that need to be
updated. Switch the PHP version back to 5.2 and login to your admin panel
and check for any available updates. If none are available you will need to
check with the plug-ins/theme developer to see if they have compatibility
with PHP 5.4.
It is strongly encouraged you check your sites plug-ins/themes/3rd party
scripts for any updates in the next 48 hours to avoid any downtime or issues
Can somebody please translate this into non-tech speak for me and advise on what to do?