How do I fix http error while uploading media in WordPress?
How to Fix the WordPress HTTP Error
- Refresh the Page.
- Shrink or Resize the File.
- Rename the Image File.
- Temporarily Deactivate Plugins and Theme.
- Ask Your WordPress Host.
- Increase PHP Memory Limit.
- Check Uploads Folder Permissions.
- Move to the Latest Version of PHP.
Why can’t I upload media to WordPress?
The image upload issue in WordPress is typically caused by incorrect file permissions. Your WordPress files are stored on your web hosting server and need specific file and directory permissions to work. Wrong file permissions prevent WordPress from reading or uploading file on the hosting server.
How do I fix HTTP errors?
If you’re getting this error try the following methods to fix it.
- Try refreshing the web page by pressing F5 on your keyboard.
- Check the typed URL if it contains any error.
- Clear your browser cache.
- Change the DNS server. ( Try it only when the entire site gives you a 404 error)
What is a HTTP error?
Sometimes when you try to visit a web page, you’re met with an HTTP error message. It’s a message from the web server that something went wrong. In some cases it could be a mistake you made, but often, it’s the site’s fault. Each type of error has an HTTP error code dedicated to it.”