Find, Create or Edit php.ini File In cPanel To Increase Maximum Upload and PHP Memory Limit

Find, Create or Edit File In cPanel To Increase Maximum Upload and PHP Memory Limit



Error in WordPress which I am getting is “The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini”. But, I resolved the issue by creating php.ini file in wp-admin in File Manager. In this video, I am sharing appropriate steps to increase PHP memory limit and resolve issues that occur because of it. It is possible to create and edit php.ini file in File Manager in cPanel and work on it.

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19 thoughts on “Find, Create or Edit File In cPanel To Increase Maximum Upload and PHP Memory Limit

  1. Thank you very much, it worked for me 😊😊😊 same thing can be done with php ini editor available in cpanel in software section 😊😊😊

  2. i have to upload one 160 mb file size in phpmyadmin under control panel and my max file size limit is showing 50 mb how can i change max upload file size limit?

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