Increasing the PHP Memory Limit

To increase the PHP Memory Limit, go into the "Select PHP Version"-section in cPanel. Once there, select any non-default version (the non-native 5.6 version, for example).
Click "Set as current"
Click "Switch to PHP Options" on the top right.
Set the "memory_limit" to whichever value you need it to be.

Finally, click "Save".
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