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Are you seeing an HTTP error while uploading media images
in WordPress, say that many people are likely to have an
error while uploading photos to your site.
This error is of this HTTP image, this error can be easily
Causes for HTTP Error During Media Upload in
While trying to upload WordPress media files there are many
things that can cause an HTTP error.
This is because WordPress is unable to find the reason why
this WordPress shows 'HTTP error' message.
Ways To Fix HTTP Image Upload Error In
1. Make Sure The HTTP Error is Not Temporary
First of all, you should wait a few minutes and then try to
upload your image file again, but this error is sometimes
caused by unusual traffic and fewer server resources, most of
which are automatically fixed on the WordPress hosting
2. Increase WordPress Memory Limit
The main reason for this error is the lack of available memory
for the common reason WordPress is that it can use the PHP
server to use the memory server to correct.
define( 'WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M' );
This code increases the limit of WordPress 256 MB memory to
MB, which will be enough to correct issues with any memory
When we are seeing an HTTP error while uploading media
images in WordPress, uploading photos to your site
sometimes takes time. This error is of this HTTP image, this
error can be easily resolved.