How To Fix ‘413 Request Entity Too Large’ WordPress Error using .htaccess?

How To Fix ‘413 Request Entity Too Large’ WordPress Error using .htaccess? [FIXED]☑️

Today in this tutorial we will provide you information on How to Fix the 413 Request Entity Too Large Error in WordPress. With this tutorial you can easily fix this 413 Request Entity Too Large Error in WordPress using .htaccess file in cPanel.

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But before getting started let us understand why this 413 Request Entity Too Large in WordPress occurs. This error occurs generally when a user tries to upload a large size file and media in the WordPress. Then in response, the web server sends you an error that the entity exceeds the maximum upload limit. In the case of uploading a large size theme and plugins. This setting does not work and create an error “413 Request Entity Too large”.

You can fix error “413 Request Entity Too large” By Increasing Upload File Size with .htaccess File

Follow the steps given below to Increase Upload File Size with .htaccess file in cPanel:

Step::1 Login to your cPanel account and open File Manager section.

How To Fix '413 Request Entity Too Large' WordPress Error using .htaccess

Step::2 Next, in File Manager, your website’s folders should be under the folder named ‘public_html’.

How To Fix '413 Request Entity Too Large' WordPress Error using .htaccess

Step::3 You should see a file named ‘.htaccess’ here. If you don’t, you can use the search bar on the top-right of the screen to look for it.

Step::4 If your website has a .htaccess file but you can’t see it, visit Settings tab and click on ‘show hidden files.’

How To Fix '413 Request Entity Too Large' WordPress Error using .htaccess
How To Fix ‘413 Request Entity Too Large’ WordPress Error using .htaccess

Step::5 Open the .htaccess file by right-clicking and choosing ‘Edit’.

How To Fix '413 Request Entity Too Large' WordPress Error using .htaccess
How To Fix ‘413 Request Entity Too Large’ WordPress Error using .htaccess

Step::6 To Increase Upload File Size and fix  413 Request Entity Too Large Error in WordPress, paste the following code to this file:

php_value upload_max_filesize 64M 
php_value post_max_size 64M 
php_value max_execution_time 300 
php_value max_input_time 300

Step::7 Click on Save Changes tab and close the file.

That’s all I hope this tutorial will help to know that how to fix 413 Request Entity Too Large Error in WordPress.

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