How to create “php.ini” file in Bluehost if it is Missing in file manager

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Okay, so a few months back I created a video where I showed you “How to increase the maximum upload file size” in WordPress.

This required you to sign-in to your CPanel and edit the “PHP.INI” file from your “File Manager” / “Public_html”.

HOWEVER, it seems like a lot of people simply did not have the “php.ini” file populated/enabled in their file manager and therefore were not able to edit this file to increase the maximum upload file size in WordPress.

I called Bluehost to settle this once and for all and this is what they guaranteed me would fix the problem.

I hope this helps you guys! Let me know if anyone else runs into other issues doing this.

tham wai choong

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