Solution and troubleshooting of HTTP Image Upload Error In WordPressby Mitesh Singhal Singhal Industries Private Limited
There are times when users get an error while uploading the files or
images to the media library in WordPress. For many beginners, this can be
frustrating as they’re not able to upload the images. The occurrence of HTTP
Image Upload Error in WordPress can interrupt the flow of work, so
it needs to be rectified immediately. Let’s first understand what this error is
all about and what causes it, so that rectify the problem with ease.
What causes this error to occur?
Various reasons can cause HTTP error. It could be related to the memory
limitation or the browser’s cache. Therefore, it’s important to check whether
this error is a temporary one or not. So, try to upload the file or image once
again to check this. If this error doesn’t get resolved, then you must these
below mentioned troubleshooting methods:
Solutions to fix the error
Resize the file or image
It has been noticed that the file’s size interrupts the entire image
uploading process. So, you must try editing the image file and decreasing the
width/height (pixels). Apart from this, you can also try clearing your cache of
the web browser to fix this error. If you don’t get any results from this solution,
then you should try the next solution.
Increasing the PHP Memory
If the server lacks the available memory, then you can face this error
while uploading the image. The best way of fixing this is to increase the
amount of memory PHP. For the users, it is recommended to increase the memory
by 256 MB. The users can increase the memory limit using cPanel or the FTP.
Deactivating the plugins
Some plugins are faulty and can cause issues in image uploading. Both
themes and plugins can cause this error. So, check all the active and recently
installed plugins to find the cause behind the error. You need to deactivate
the plugin one by one to find the faulty plugin. There are many other errors of
WordPress, such as error 404, WordPress Error 500, and
HTTP error that can be fixed by temporarily deactivating the plugins. So, users
must try this once before seeking anyone’s help.
Change the Image Editor Library
WordPress usually runs on PHP in which two main
modules are used for handling the images. If you’re facing problems with these
during image uploading, then you must try changing the image editor library.
Ask your host
If you’ve tried all the solutions and still facing the problem in uploading images or files, then you must reach your host for assistance. Sometimes, troubleshooting steps might also need some assistance from the experts so it would be better to ask your host about this error.
All these troubleshooting solutions are simple; you don’t need assistance in this. Even after following these if not getting any result, then try seeking the help of the experts.
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