Why am I getting HTTP error when uploading images to WordPress?
The most common cause of this error is lack of memory available for WordPress to use.
To fix this, you need to increase the amount of memory PHP can use on your server.
You can do this by adding the following code to your wp-config.
Why can’t I upload media to WordPress?
Deactivate plugins, especially plugins that optimize images. Increase your site’s PHP and WordPress memory limits. Remove the file path on the Media Settings page. Check to see if the PHP version you’re using is causing issues.
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)
How do I fix https errors in WordPress?
Manually Fixed Mixed Content Errors in WordPressGo to Settings » General page and make sure that WordPress Address and Site Address options have HTTPS URLs. If you see URLs starting with HTTP, then you need to go ahead and change them to HTTPS. Don’t forget to click on the save changes button to store your settings.”