To change your PHP settings, just login to your hosting control panel at this address...
(Replace yourdomain.com with your actual domain name.)
If your login credentials fail, check the email we sent titled "Your Account Information".
Specifically under the section titled "Hosting Account Login Details".
Once logged in, click on the "MultiPHP INI Editor" icon.
Choose the appropriate domain in the drop box.
This area will let you change settings such as maximum upload size and memory limit.
Be sure to press the "Apply" button after making changes.
You may need to hit the refresh button when visitng your website to see the change(s).
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