@jvitale31 you should create a file named .user.ini in your html root with:
memory_limit = 1024M max_execution_time = 320 max_input_time = 240 post_max_size = 120M max_input_vars = 2000 file_uploads = 6 max_file_uploads = 20 upload_max_filesize = 100M
And also, you can edit the wp config file and add:
define( 'WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT', '1024M' );
Hope it helps!
Thanks for your reply! I am not completely sure where I would locate the html root, unfortunately. Would you be able to help me with the steps to do this?
Thanks for your reply! I am not completely sure where I would locate the HTML root, unfortunately. Would you be able to help me with the steps to do this?
@jvitale31 you just have to use a notepad app in your computer and save the file where you can see it. Then you upload it to your account, where your wp-config.php file is, using sftp.
You can find your sftp credentials in your managed wordpress panel.
Hope it helps!
Thanks again for the help! I have uploaded that file as of yesterday (using FileZilla), but I'm still getting the same message. If I just upload the text file to that folder (HTML), I should be good, correct?
@jvitale31 Yes, that should do it. But be sure that the file is ".user.ini" and not ".user.ini.txt"
Let me know if that solved it
I noticed it changed the max input vars right away, just checking still on the WP memory limit to go through. It looks like it may work though, maybe just a tweak if I'm not getting a calculation soon!
I have read the information about how to create a .user.ini file and transfer it to my managed Wordpress site using FileZilla. But where exactly on the Remote Site do I put the .user.ini file using FileZilla? I don't want to put it in the wrong place. So what is the exact location that the .user.ini file should go? Please give the complete path. Thank you!