Increasing file upload size limit1 user found helpful
If there is no way to do this is there another way that would be easy for my clients. Thanks!
If every user could increase this limit, the php guys could remove this parameter completely.
The server admin wants and can change this parameter. On some hosting offers you can create a per site php.ini file but still something you have to do by ftp and no in c5 interface.
php_value upload_max_filesize 20M
php_value post_max_size 20M
php_value max_execution_time 200
php_value max_input_time 200
into an .htaccess file in the root directory.
20M is 20MB, so you could change it to what YOU need for this upload.
The other lines are for the timelimit and execution time. Should work. For more things that can be changed this way check out the php documentation. http://www.php.net/manual/en/ini.php#ini.list...
If you do not want this anymore after the upload, just remove the lines from the .htaccess.
I gave this a try but had no luck. When I check the site I am greeted with this message
"Internal Server Error"
There is much more to the message but I get the feeling that this would be enough info. My htaccess file already has the code to enable php5. I have it as in the file as follows
AddType x-mapp-php5 .php
suggested entries is there anything more I should have to do? As you can tell I am pretty dam green at this. Thanks for any help.
If you have access to FTP, you can upload files into the /files/incoming directory. Then when you go to the file manager and click "more" at the upper-right, you can select the files you uploaded there.
Thanks for the help!
1) Upload your files via ftp to the "/files/incoming" folder. (you may first need to create an "incoming" folder beneath your "files" folder)
2) From within "File Manager", click on "Upload Multiple" in the upper right corner.
3) Click on the "Add Incoming" tab
4) From here, select the files you want to move into the database and optionally check the box next to "Remove files from incoming/directory" when finished.
Hope this helps
Thanks for the tip!