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  • Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 76 bytes) in /data/23/2/128/72/2943235/user/3262192/htdocs/wordpress1/wp-includes/class.wp-dependencies.php on line 130

    Line 130:

    $this->registered[$handle] = new _WP_Dependency( $handle, $src, $deps, $ver, $args );

    How do I fix this?

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  • I had deleted the facebook plugin just before this error popped up in the FTP File manager via Host.

    Moderator Mark Ratledge


    Forum Moderator

    Using FTP you can try increasing the memory for PHP and WordPress in several different ways:

    1) You can edit the memory_limit line in your php.ini (if you have access to that file) to increase memory to 64M:

    memory_limit = 64M;

    2) Try adding the ‘define” line below in your wp-config.php file a few lines of white space below the opening <?php in the file:

    define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '64M');

    If none of those work, your host probably doesn’t allow memory allocation overrides. You’re stuck with what they give.

    Wow! Thank you I can not believe after everything I have been thru, that is what I needed to fix …well the big error… you are a life saver! can not thank you enough. It was the second option that got me back into my site dashboard. Any chance you know how to chage my website url correctly in wordpress. It is currently appearing as and I want it to be

    Moderator Mark Ratledge


    Forum Moderator

    I am trying to use the first link, but I am so confused and horrified I am going to screw something up again.

    I am starting where it says “On your existing server”

    1. How do I create a new directory?
    2. Do I use my file manager to complete these tasks or myadminphp?
    3. What are URIs and how do I set their location?
    4. I assume my wordpress url and my site url would be the same?
    5. Do I want to give word press its own directory or…Im not sure..?

    And I still do not understand search and replace…at all

    I am trying to be sure I do this correctly as I have another site I need to repeat this process on.

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