How to Increase Max Upload Size?
It’s recommended to consult with your hosting provider if the recommended solution below is not working, Ixonn is just reading the values from the php.ini file.
You must change 2 php.ini directives, the post_max_size directive, and upload_max_filesize directive to be equal to the post_max_size directive.
Example to increase max upload size to 64MB, add the below code to your php.ini file.
upload_max_filesize = 64M post_max_size = 64M
Keep in mind that in most cases restart to Apache will be required in order to changes to take effect, if you are using shared hosting and your hosting provider allows you to change the php.ini directives from cPanel UI, the restart is already handled by your hosting provider.