WordPress is an open source content management tool. It is written in PHP and MySQL. It is an easy platform to create beautiful sites. WordPress uses different plugins, themes, and media files to organize the website. With WordPress, it is easy to create simple blogging sites to full-fledged website. During the course of website development in WordPress, you will face an issue where you won’t be able to upload large file size. In this guide, we will focus on how we can fix this issue easily by editing some minor PHP functions.
- A Domain Name (e.g., test.com)
- Hosting service with cPanel Access
Step 1: cPanel Login
Go to cPanel admin URL and enter your Credentials to enter the control panel of your hosting.
Click on File Manager to access the root directory of your WordPress site.
We have changed all the value to 300 M for post_max_size, upload_max_filesize and memory_limit.
Click on Switch to PHP option and then you can change the upload_max_filesize from a set of options.
By following the above steps, you can increase the maximum file size upload in WordPress and install different plugins and media files to your sites.