WordPress config file changes

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By Craig Grant

updated 5 months ago

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. When changing configuration files, you have two options:

  • Contact our support team and one of our experts can do it for you for a fee.
  • Do it yourself.

Choose 1 of the following tasks:

  • Enable a specified PHP module installed on the Hosting (up to 5)
  • Modify the value of a PHP setting (up to 5)
    • Change upload limit for a WordPress site (PHP setting)
    • Change memory limits to reduce timeouts (PHP setting)
  • Enable or disable debug mode
  • Disable wp_cache
  • Generate WordPress configuration file Authentication Keys
  • Remove the FTP prompt when installing or updating a plugin

A php.ini, web.config, or .htaccess file will be edited or created based on the request.

WordPress config file changes

Our support experts can perform the following services for you for a fee:

  • 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
    • .htaccess
    • .user.ini
    • php.ini
    • web.config
  • Disable wp_cache
  • Generate WordPress configuration file Authentication Keys
  • Remove the FTP prompt when installing or updating a plugin

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