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  • Resolved ktrusak

    (@ktrusak)


    Does this folder get overwritten on updates?

    If so is there anyway to create a permanent copy of a file that would not be?

    I made some changes to default-constants.php to up the max-memory limits and don’t want the changes to reset after every update.

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  • Don’t edit core files.

    Take a look at the comment at the top of default-constants.php.

    Defines constants and global variables that can be overridden, generally in wp-config.php.

    Define the memory limit constants in your wp-config.php file instead.

    Okay, I did that instead. Admittedly I skipped reading the comments on the doc when I was trying to find the cause of my problem earlier. Thanks fonglh

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