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WordPress File Limit - Have changed settings but nothing is changing. (1 post)

  1. Dirt2
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I am using a wordpress plugin called Flutter which is like a CMS (custom module thingy).. Anyways the file uploader won't load anything over 2mb and I am being told on their forums that it must be WordPress.. So I looked at my wordpress settings and the default file size limit was 6mb.. I changed some htaccess settings, added some php.ini settings but still nothing is changing.

    I notice the browser upload form (this plugin has a swf and a browser upload form) times out after 50 seconds (I changed this in the PHP.ini max_execution_time = 50 because I read somewhere that maybe it needed more time to execute and upload, I don't think it makes a difference though), it goes from this "Transfering.." status to refreshing the form again, nothing happens. I don't get any types of errors either. The swf upload form just keeps saying "Loading" but nothing happens, even after 15 minutes.

    I have a resource website and a 2mb file is pretty much not that unusual, especially for free vectors and I could really use some help.

    I have looked on WordPress support forum tags and stuff, followed all the instructions but still no changes at all..

    This is what my PHP.ini file looks like for the upload section:

    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
    ; File Uploads ;
    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
    file_uploads	= On				; Whether to allow HTTP file uploads
    ;upload_tmp_dir	=	                ; temporary directory for HTTP uploaded files (will use system default if not specified)
    upload_max_filesize = 10M		    ; Maximum allowed size for uploaded files
    
    upload_max_filesize = 20M
    post_max_size = 20M
    memory_limit = 20M

    This is what the swf upload settings look like for the file limit on the plugin:
    file_size_limit : "20 MB",

    This is the part of the browser upload form for the plugin that's supposed to produce an error if the file is too large:

    elseif ($_FILES['file']['error'] == UPLOAD_ERR_INI_SIZE)
    			$result_msg = __('The uploaded file exceeds the maximum upload limit',$flutter_domain);
    		else
    // 			$result_msg = 'The upload failed';
    			$result_msg = "<font color=\"red\"><b>".__("Upload Unsuccessful!",$flutter_domain)."</b></font>";

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