The fabulous NextGen Gallery was maxing (timing) out when uploading zip files. My server said it could only handle 2 MB uploads, so I went searching.

Most help said to make changes to the .htaccess file, but I did that and I think my host has something set up (suexec or something) that doesn’t allow such code in there, so it said to create a php.ini file with the following code:

  1. post_max_size = 50M
  2. upload_max_filesize = 40M
  3. max_execution_time = 900
  4. memory_limit = 30M

Did that and put it in the root directory with no luck. Someone else said to put it in the directory where the script was, so I put it in the NextGen Gallery folder. Nope. Put it in ALL of the NG folders. Nope. Finally, seeing the WP plugin in action, I put the php.ini file in the /wp-admin/ folder and voila!

Also, when making the php.ini file, I used the code above, not the one with “php” in the directives. Those were for the .htaccess file.


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