As the world grows founder of WordPress as a reliable CMS platform, the demand for its hosting services has gone up 10folds over the years. And WordPress hosting services trying to capitalize on this trend are limiting users’ bandwidth without any formal notice or advance.
This is unacceptable as this can lead to some severe issues and errors such as the – the uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini. Error code.
This error occurs when you try to upload a file to a WordPress site but you will not be able to because your file size & bandwidth has been capped. This can be a very frustrating issue but don’t worry a bit.
There is a very simple solution to this problem, just simply follow the given steps below to resolve your issue.
The php.ini file, as you may know, determines how your server interacts with PHP applications.
Connect to your server through FTP and navigate to the root folder of your website.
You may either modify the existing php.ini file in the root folder or create a new php.ini file:
Create a Php.ini file on your FTP server.
Add or change the following code snippet:
Copy the code into a new file and change the numbers to suit your needs.
If you’re modifying an existing file, look for the same directives and change the numbers as needed.
Using FTP, modify the php.ini file.
upload_max_filesize = 12M post_max_size = 13M memory_limit = 15M
But can WordPress issues occur from various kinds of Windows BSOD error codes?
No, but they can seriously hamper your day-to-day WordPress workflow in a serious manner. We should definitely take preemptive measures such as BSOD errors.
Follow these simple steps:
- Identify your BSOD error code – This will help you identify the error that has been occurring and will help you search for the correct solution.
- Review the recent changes on your computer – Whether you recently installed a new printer, device, or disconnected items from your PC, check if that is causing the BSOD or not.
Go to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > View Update History if you recently installed a Windows update.
- Check for updates – Bad updates can introduce issues for your operating system and cause a lot of issues in the long run. It is advisable to read up on the new updates before updating your system software.
The same goes for drivers, although there are not too many cases of bad driver updates. But outdated drivers are an issue and can cause malfunctions. To prevent this make sure to update your drivers on a timely basis. Maybe in between three months or so.
- Run a System Restore – This is a great safety feature that allows users to revert back to a previous state. This comes particularly handy after you’ve caused some issues while tweaking around with the system files.
- Scan for malicious programs – BSODs can be caused by viruses and malware, it is advisable to conduct routine scans and cleanups with a trusted anti-malware or virus program.
Now since that is out of the way, let’s get back top with WordPress. Specifically WordPress hosting, and why it is important to choose one that is reliable and performance centric.
First of all, WordPress is a CMS, that helps you get your website up and running, it is not supposed to do your hosting job. WordPress has its own hosting features, but you should look for something more robust.
A type of service that can hold up intensely heavy traffics and still manage to give the visitors a smooth browsing experience.
At the end, we hope these topics mentioned above will help you ease up your WordPress experience and help you grow your visitor base. If you’ve found this helpful, please do consider sharing with with someone who might find this helpful.