I was uploading a theme of 1557k and got the message that there was a limit to the uploads of 1500k. I came here and search and found the posts recommending I ask my site space provider to have the php.ini upload limits to be changed up to 32M. I found then it was already set to 64M.
Knowing that the PHP setting were not the problem, I then scanned the code for a hard coded limit number (1500), which I found in three files.
1. schema.php had a line ... fileupload_maxk' => 1500
2. ms.php and msfunctions.php had lines ... ('fileupload_maxk, 1500)
I replaced the 1500 in each with 3000, save the files and retried. I STILL get the following error: "This file is too big. Files must be less than 1500 KB in size. Back", even though I can find no more instances of the number 1500 in any file of the wordpress installed in my section on that server.
So can ANYONE tell me why I get a limit error of 1500 still?
If this were html, I wold think there there is a cached version of the file loading, but it is php, and I have erased the browser cache..