There are a number of different reasons why you might want to increase the PHP memory limit of your WordPress site, and there are even a number of different ways to do so. The most common reason to do this is to fix errors that occur when your site begins using more memory than it’s capable of using. These errors include the white screen of death and the 500 internal server error. You may also simply need to increase your PHP memory limit to a number that’s better suited for your growing site. Whatever the case may be, you need to raise your limit. Let’s go over the various ways you can accomplish this in WordPress. This tutorial is written for beginners, so feel free to skip any sections you feel are too slow. What to Set Your WordPress Memory Limit and PHP Memory Limit to This is a tricky question, and it may require you to contact your host. There are a few things we can do before it comes down to that, however, and they are: Determine the max memory limit set in default-constants.php. Trial and error. Many of these solutions require you to access your site’s files, so I’ll go over how to do that via FTP for those who are still new to the more technical
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