Changing the PHP Upload File Size limit

In order to change the file size limit for PHP, follow the below steps:

Log into cPanel with the details given to you in your welcome e-mail.

Go to "Select PHP Version". It may be easier to search for "PHP" in the search bar.

Select any non-default version (we recommend 5.6 at the point of writing), and click "Set as current".

On the top right, click "Switch to PHP Options". 

Click "upload_max_filesize", and select your preferred value. Finally, click save.
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