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  • Hello friends of wordpress

    I’m having troubles uploading and image.JPG, so i come to the masters, maybe you can help me.

    when i try to upload an image to a blog appear the next message: El archivo a subir sobrepasa la directiva upload_max_filesize (tamaño máximo de subida) en php.ini., if i resize the image then just appear a solid border but the image don’t.

    how can i fix it,

    thanks in advance for any help…

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  • The max file size you can upload will need to be changed in the php.ini file on the server unless your host allows you to change it via some other means. You will need to contact your host about increasing this.

    ok thank you very much about answer, i will contact my server administrator for request more size of upload.


    hello everydoby all already set the php.ini, so i can upload images but yet i can’t see the image just appear a sign like if the image is damage. what is happening??

    please help me..

    Create a new text file and name it php.ini
    Add the following line to the file
    upload_max_filesize = 32M

    Upload this php.ini file to your /wp-admin directory where your blog is hosted.

    Note: be careful that a PC doesn’t create the file as php.ini.txt. This can happen since by default, windows doesn’t show you file extensions for known file types. When you save the text document using notepad, drop down the “save as type” field and choose “all files” then specify the name as “php.ini”.

    Josh Nankivel

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