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Friday, September 23, 2022

How to change your maximum upload file size

 Troubleshooting Steps

  1. PHP.ini File - You need to go to wp-admin folder on your hosting file manager either via FTP or cPanel and look for php.ini file. If you are on some shared hosting, this file might not be visible to you, in that case you can create a new file there and name it php.ini and in this file you can write this line to increase the upload limit. upload_max_filesize = 64M

  2. HTACCESS File - For some hostings the above method might not work, in that case you can try using htaccess file. You need to go to root folder of your website via FTP and in edit the htaccess file there and add this line at the bottom of the htaccess file.

php_value upload_max_filesize 64M

3. WP-CONFIG File - If this method also does not work, you can try using wp-config.php file in root folder of your website file manager.You can add this line at the top of the file.

define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '128M');

4. Functions.PHP File -  if this also does not work, you can try adding this line of code to functions.php file of your child theme.

@ini_set( 'upload_max_size' , '64M' );

5. From cPanel - In the cPanel, please go to the Software section and click on the option for Select PHP Version

then on next screen, click on php options

Now you can click on required PHP directive to change the values

6. Contact your host - if none of the steps above work, your web host has placed restrictions on these limits and it needs to be changed by them.


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