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    How do you increase WordPress Memory Limit on GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting?

    HI, 

    Does anyone know how I can increase my WP memory limit on a GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting?

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    Super User I
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    Re: How do you increase WordPress Memory Limit on GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting?

    Check your wp-config.php file to see what your memory limit is set at and increase it.  If not noted add this line to your wp-config.php file:

    define( 'WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M' );

    More info on this file and memory here.  https://codex.wordpress.org/Editing_wp-config.php#Increasing_memory_allocated_to_PHP

     

    HTH! Smiley Wink

    Judith
    "I failed my way to success." ~Thomas Edison

    Re: How do you increase WordPress Memory Limit on GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting?

    GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting don't allow this.

     

    You can't.

    Super User I Super User I
    Super User I

    Re: How do you increase WordPress Memory Limit on GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting?

    Hmmm... I was able to do so when I used that platform... Just basing my response on what I have and was able to do. (?)   If GoDaddy has now restricted that (maybe someone can confirm?) -- then you need to contact support for further help.

    Judith
    "I failed my way to success." ~Thomas Edison

    Re: How do you increase WordPress Memory Limit on GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting?

    Would like to know the same. And if Godaddy keeps adding limitations on managed wordpress hosting, I would like to be notified. 

    Re: How do you increase WordPress Memory Limit on GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting?

    GoDaddy Managed WordPress platform gives users no access to cPanel, so this is not a valid solution.  GoDaddy expects their users to utilize sFTP access which is cumbersome to use, & is a poor option for the user if they are not familiar with how to use it.


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    Jay