This post is to keep a track of the changes I am making to the backend of the website. Since I know jackshit about this, I believe this changelog will help me debug when things really go south.

I was encountering HTTP errors while uploading images in WordPress:

Made below changes to the WP-Config.php file:

define( 'WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M');

It didn’t work. I let that stay and explored more options.

Changed the PHP Version to 7.3 as someone in a Youtube video pointed out.

Still didn’t work.

Reading through this blog post I figured, there are two PHP extensions that handle images and as pointed in the post, one is found to have HTTP issues.

I went back to the control panel, quickly browsed through the extensions & disabled Imagick.

And Boom, it’s fixed. Attaching the screenshots of the images I just uploaded after fixing it.

About Inju

A speck of stardust in the universe, constantly wandering on a planet called Earth and a geographical location called India. Thinks long and hard about what to do with the time given to him. He is documenting the useful media through which he wastes his time here on

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