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hi in this video we're going to talk about changing the upload file size limit for PHP PHP on our servers has by default a limit set to 50 megabytes for uploading through PHP scripts if you need this to be higher for some reason you can usually just change that through our PHP ini file you will need to have your PHP set in the cPanel – one of the single PHP ini options to do this if you're using fast cgi or the default that won't work there is some more information and other articles on how to do this if you don't know which version you need just try 5.4 single PHP I and I this will work for most people next go ahead and open the file manager in your C panel and select go to web root and just click though then in the right-hand side scroll down until you find the PHP ini file and right click on it then select code edit then click Edit at the bottom to select your character set usually you don't need to do anything fancy at that window this will bring up the PHP ini file itself for you it looks really complicated but just follow my instructions and you'll be fine you're going to use a keyboard shortcut to find the part of the file you need if you're in Windows or Linux you can hit ctrl F on your keyboard to bring up the find menu if you're on a Mac computer you'll do command F then in the search field type upload underscore Mac's underscore file size and press ENTER this will upload the line that you need upload Mac's file size equals 50 M change that 50 m to the size that you need in megabytes then open the find pop-up again and in the search text field now type post underscore max underscore size and press Enter this will take you to the next line just like this first one it'll say post max size equals 50 M change it to the same number that you did for the last one then click Save Changes and your changes should have automatically show up on the website there's nothing special that you need to do to make them take effect if you want more in-depth information please visit the link below and that's everything you need to know if you enjoyed this video make sure to LIKE comment or subscribe .

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This video we take you through increasing your upload limit by making two small changes to your php.ini file.

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