This is a guest post by Mustaasam Saleem from Cloudways. When you have a WordPress website, you have to upload files every now and then to keep your site active and pretty. So you need to know that there is more than one way to upload your picture, theme, or any other content to your WordPress. If you want to upload anything other than media, themes or plugins, you can always upload them via a file manager. Did you notice something weird, though? No, not in the article. In the screenshot above. Yes, the maximum upload file limit of just 5MB. And this limit also applies when you want to upload a theme or plugin directly from the WordPress Admin Dashboard.
Reasons to Increase WordPress Maximum File Upload Size
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A low WordPress upload size limit stops you from uploading large files, plugins, and themes. Depending on your hosting provider and server, there are many ways to go about solving this issue. To prevent users from causing server timeouts, the default maximum upload size in WordPress typically ranges from 4 MB to MB.
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Reach over to the customer support of your hosting provider and ask them to increase these limits for you. If you are still unable to import your file, the easiest way to figure out the problem is to request error logs from your hosting provider for your website. Examine the logs around the time when you tried to import the backup. You will see what limit you have encountered and increasing it will solve the issue. Hi Yani, After updating to the latest version and installing the extension for all in one wp migration, it says the maximum file size is 20MB. Is this an error in the latest version? You can check out how to increase the upload limit in the article. Also, on a separate topic, when I updated my page, its contents disappeared.
Increase upload file size limit to any value with one click. You can easily increase maximum upload file size. And also you can increase WordPress maximum execution time. From now with this plugin you can simply avoid this problem. Yes, it works with all servers. You have to email your hosting provider and ask them to increase the limit. If minimum upload limit set by hosting provider then its will not work. Ask your hositng provider to increase upload size. If minimum execution time set by hosting provider then its will not work. Ask your hositng provider to increase excecution time limit.