How to increase upload file size within cpanel without asking the support

Here is our tutorial about : How to increase upload file size within cpanel without asking the support

STEP 1 :

First thing you need to access your cpanel/client account

Login to your cpanel Account:
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Step 2:
Scroll down under " Software " Section then click on: " Select PHP Version "
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Step 3:
Click on " Switch To PHP Extensions "

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Step 4:

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You can see 3 important options there

1- max_execution_time increase it to 90 ( Recommended )
2- memory_limit increase it to 125MB ( Recommended )
3- post_max_size increase it to 64MB ( Recommended )
4- upload_max_filesize increase it to 64MB ( Recommended )


That's ALL !

Thanks for following the tutorial
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