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Thread began 8/13/2013 7:04 pm by jo271221 | Last modified 8/14/2013 10:10 am by Jason Byrnes | 382 views | 1 replies |


Upload file limit

We are having trouble loading larger PDF's on a PowerCMS site. I thought it was the KFM/initialize file that needed to be adjusted. I have attached that file and the file we are having trouble with.
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

KFM/initialize file only sets limits for the max width and height of an uploaded image, it wont effect the max size of a PDF file.

The limits on File Size when uploading a file are set in the php.ini file, there are a number of settings that can effect the allowed file size, see the following page for more details:

you will need to work wit hthe host to have these settings increaed to allow for the larger pdf files to be uploaded.

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