Solution The link you followed has expired in Plesk

Solution The link you followed has expired in Plesk

If you find an error like the picture above, hopefully this article will be one of the solutions and the solution is similar to this article.

Here are the steps:

  1. Login to Plesk, click Domain and click on the domain that is having problems, then click PHP Settings.
  2. Change post_max_size and upload_max_filesize to the desired size and click OK.

Before

After

  1. Try uploading the file again in WordPress.

Note: if the upload_max_filesize size is bigger than post_max_size, then WordPress will still follow the post_max_size size, in this case I changed both to 16MB.

You can see the upload file size limit by visiting the Media – Add New page, here are the before and after results.

Before

After

Please try and good luck, thank you.

 

Solution The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini. in Plesk

Solution The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini. in Plesk

If you encounter an error like the image above, hopefully this article will be a solution.

Cause: the uploaded file size exceeds the predetermined configuration.

Solution: change the upload file size.

Here are the steps :

  1. Login to Plesk Panel.
  2. Select Domain and click on the domain that is experiencing problems, then click PHP Settings.

  1. At upload_max_filesize, change the upload size from the default 2M to the desired upload size, then click OK.

Please try and good luck, thank you.