Learn how to handle PHP issues during the installation process.
Most of the time installation problems occur due to limited resources, for example on shared hosting servers. Here’s an overview of the PHP configuration settings you should check and increase if needed.
||This is the amount of data in a single form submission using the POST method.|
||This is the size of an individual file uploaded.|
||This is the number of seconds a script is allowed to run before it is terminated by the parser.|
||This is the amount of memory in bytes that a script is allowed to allocate.|
You may need to allocate more resources for PHP by modifying the
php.ini file. If this is not possible, you can try setting the PHP settings through a
.htaccess file on your web server. However, this also depends on your hosting server and whether it allows the usage of
To change the PHP configuration through the
php.ini file, use the following syntax.
# example of recommended settings post_max_size = 24M upload_max_filesize = 24M max_execution_time = 60 memory_limit = 128M
To change the PHP configuration through a
.htaccess file, use the following syntax.
# example of recommended settings php_value post_max_size 24M php_value upload_max_filesize 24M php_value max_execution_time 60 php_value memory_limit 128M