As stated in the question, I am trying to upload files that will average 30MB/file. I want to set the max upload size to 300MB, but the current (webfaction default?) limit is set to 2MB. Does anyone know how to change that? Help is appreciated.

asked 21 Jun '11, 23:16

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edited 21 Jun '11, 23:16


Wordpress, like any other PHP application, follows the standard procedure for configuring the PHP upload limit. Hope that helps!

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answered 21 Jun '11, 23:21

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edited 21 Jun '11, 23:21

Thanks. I was trying to do it via the php.ini method and I had to do it through the .htaccess method.

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