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Dave Wood
Dave Wood
6,512 Points

WordPress-Admin-Style-master plugin - file too large

When attempting to upload this zip file, as per Zac's instructions, I'm met with: "The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini." Anyone had a similar issue?

1 Answer

Dave Wood
Dave Wood
6,512 Points

Found a solution: access the php.ini file file (via xammp, or whatever you are using) and search for upload_max_filesize - upload limit is set to "2M" (2 Mb). Simply change it to "200M", save the file and re-start the service.