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|How to increase the upload_max_filesize limit in cPanel by admin: 9:09 pm On April 24, 2021|
What you’ll need
Access to your hosting account’s cPanelOR
Step 1 — Opening up PHP Settings
Step 2 — Changing Upload Limit values
Set memory_limit to 128M. memory_limit describes the maximum amount of memory a script can allocate. It is recommended to set this to maximum available value. Letter M stands for megabytes.
Don’t forget to Save the changes.
IMPORTANT! Your cPanel may be a bit different and you may not have found Select PHP Version section. Consult your hosting provider about modifying PHP variables.
Option 2 – Increasing PHP Upload Limit Using .htaccess
Note that .htaccess file is a hidden file, therefore you would need to enable its visibility.
Add the following lines to .htaccess file to increase upload limit:
php_value memory_limit 128M
php_value upload_max_filesize 64M
php_value post_max_size 64M
Note that your website settings may be overriding server configuration. In this case, you would need to configure these settings separately.
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