This plugin adds a column to the Media Library page that displays the total space used by each media item. For images, this includes the original image as well as any other generated sizes.
This plugin is particularly handy for networks where site owners have a limited space quota.
Additionally, sorting your Media Library by file size is actually a great way to identify duplicate media items.
Standard Installation Procedure
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
It does what it promises
I would prefer just one file size to be shown initially as two or three different ones are perhaps just confusing for my client, and could equally be shown on hover or something like that.
Very useful and simple. does what it says on the tin.
Open Notpad editor
Paste these two lines
upload_max_filesize = “512M”
post_max_size = “512M”
save is as php.ini
upload its on your root directory where WordPress install and also upload in wp-admin folder.
As well as you can increase your file size to whatever you want..
upload_max_filesize = “256M”
post_max_size = “256M”
upload_max_filesize = “1024M”
post_max_size = “1024M”
upload_max_filesize = “10240M”
post_max_size = “10240M”
i am using WordPress 4.1 same formula I use from last 2 years
Contributors & Developers
“Media File Sizes” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- Very minor update to check for variable existence which displayed notices with WP_Debug on
- Add support for properly sizing audio/video files in 3.6+
- Added MB display for files with size 1 MB or greater (Thanks for the idea, carry2web.)
- Resolved minor issue with refreshing cached metada on plugin upgrade
- Simplified code and did some performance tweaks. Now works on more hosting configurations (in theory)
- Translate column heading in Media Library
- Color coded percentage displays based on how much of quota the item takes up
- Now caches mediafilesize as metadata
- Allows column sorting in WordPress versions 3.1+
- Fixed a bug in single site installs (thanks for pointing thisout, fwchapman!)
- Added percent display when media item takes up over 1% of total space
- Initial Release