In today’s WordPress tutorial, we’ll learn how to install WordPress themes via file manager FTP in a video. Without access to the host and the most common reason for it. ”The Uploaded File Exceeds the upload_max_filesize Directive in php.ini.” error. While files upload on WordPress. In addition, the same method in the video works to upload images. Files. and plugins into WordPress when the same error happens.
How To Install WordPress Themes Via File Manager FTP?
Moreover, keep all the process in a simple and easy method. Without the needs to access host or install a file manager software on your computer.
Firstly, you’ll need to access your WordPress dashboard. Go to Plugins. Add New. In the search fields type ‘File Manager’. As a result, a list of FTP plugins will appear, just install one. Activate the plugin and click on ‘File Manager on WordPress dashboard. Secondly, find your-contents’ > ‘themes’ folder and inside it drops your WordPress theme file (unzipped). Finally, wait a moment to upload the file and activate the theme on the Appearance panel.
Max File Size Error: Why?
The max upload issue isn’t created by your theme, some hosts apply low-size options on your php.ini folder, this file is very important and you can change/edit it in a way you don’t have this upload issues, you can contact your host support crew and ask for make bigger upload size limits on your php.ini.
The lines you need to find and make bigger on your php.ini (or .htaccess) is: memory_limit = 32M / upload_max_filesize = 24M / post_max_size = 32M (number is just examples, bigger is better in this case).
To avoid this issue and prevent a couple of others. Preferably to the following values.
memory_limit = 256M
upload_max_size = 64M
post_max_size = 64M
upload_max_filesize = 64M
max_execution_time = 300
max_input_time = 1000