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    cemarcan
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    How can i increase memory - Managed Godaddy wordpress

    Hi,

    I checked the posts but couldnt find an answer. How can i increase memory limits on Managed Godaddy wordpress. I want to download a premium theme but asks to increase memory levels.

     

    thanks,

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    JesseW
    Community Manager

    Hi @cemarcan. What @mrsroadrunner suggested would work for WordPress installs on other platforms, but if you're on Managed WordPress, you won't be able to make changes to your WordPress core files. Instead, you should be able to make updates to the PHP environment with an ini file. For Managed WordPress accounts, you would use a .user.ini file. I hope that helps. 

     

    JesseW - GoDaddy | Community Manager | 24/7 support available at x.co/247support | Remember to choose a solution and give likes.

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    mrsroadrunner
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    @cemarcan wrote:

    Hi,

    I checked the posts but couldnt find an answer. How can i increase memory limits on Managed Godaddy wordpress. I want to download a premium theme but asks to increase memory levels.

     

    thanks,


    Hi there @cemarcan ,

    Check the /wp-includes/default-constants.php file - I got this https://codex.wordpress.org/Editing_wp-config.php#Increasing_memory_allocated_to_PHP and might be good to bookmark it! Has some nice info -

    Hope this helps!

    Mrsroadrunner Photography
    JesseW
    Community Manager

    Hi @cemarcan. What @mrsroadrunner suggested would work for WordPress installs on other platforms, but if you're on Managed WordPress, you won't be able to make changes to your WordPress core files. Instead, you should be able to make updates to the PHP environment with an ini file. For Managed WordPress accounts, you would use a .user.ini file. I hope that helps. 

     

    JesseW - GoDaddy | Community Manager | 24/7 support available at x.co/247support | Remember to choose a solution and give likes.

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