WordPress config file changes
Sometimes the default settings of WordPress or your hosting account won't meet the needs of your website's plugins or theme and you'll want to modify them.
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- Enable a specified PHP module
- Change upload limit for a WordPress site (PHP setting)
- Change memory limits to reduce timeouts (PHP setting)
- Modify the value of a PHP setting
- Enable or disable debug mode
- Create a configuration file
- Disable wp_cache
- Generate WordPress configuration file Authentication Keys
- Remove the FTP prompt when installing or updating a plugin
Do It Yourself
To update the settings yourself, use the article in the table below to update the settings in your files.
|To do it yourself, see||Difficulty|
|Connect to your hosting with FTP||Basic|
|Edit Files in cPanel||Basic|
|Edit Files in Plesk||Basic|
|Edit Files in Web & Classic Hosting||Basic|
|Change PHP settings||Medium|
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