http://jonrwilson.com/blog/2009/12/wordpress-http-error-crunching-htaccess/ siropel @siropel 6 years, 9 months ago For those using 2.9 you can try this http://www.valipetcu.com/2010/01/how-to-fix-http-error-in-wordpress-2-9.html if everything else fails Viewing 15 replies - 1 through 15 (of 40 total) If you are running WordPress multi-site and are receiving HTTP errors or Internal Server errors, related to image uploading, please read Uploading Images to Multi-Site Causes Failure to HTTP Error for It is sitewide. Here's what fixed my issue: https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/36534#comment:7 and here's WordPress's official patch. his comment is here
Presidents that were very unpopular when elected? And an image optimizer feature can trigger the error, like we have experienced lately with the EWWW Image Optimizer plugin. Most of the time it's the image's size (height and width) that causes this, so trying to upload big images could trigger the issue.8 solutions for the HTTP errorSometimes, the error There's no way to read the content.
Sweekrith June 22, 2016 at 3:55 PM ReplyHi Folks,I have been having this issue too for all my WordPress sites. That\'s new for me. Sight October 20, 2016 at 4:08 PM ReplyThis issue was solved by tech support for me by changing the name of my \"php.ini\" file to \"php5.ini\" Hmmmmm. Http Error Wordpress Media Library Add this to it:
There you will see /uploads/ folder. Http Error While Uploading Images In Wordpress This will only work if your hosting package has that amount of memory. The photo was still there I could insert it although it was full sized and I could not decrease and since "crunching" apparently did not reduce it size, it took longer Rebooting the entire server took away all symptoms and all of a sudden I could upload media again in Wordpress.
Usually, the problem is the image itself, so start with the easy solutions first, like decreasing it to web-size or changing its extension.Hope the post helped you out! Wordpress Http Error 2016 Here is what they said: "Modsecurity was blocking the useragent of the flash uploader. https://wordpress.org/support/topic/read-this-first-wordpress-45-master-list. Get web hosting from a company that is here to help.
FTC Disclosure We're paid by for the product listing, advertisement and referral. Other fixes like the one you mention may work. Wordpress Http Error Media Upload 2016 Silly me, when I saved the image for web, I added an apostrophe (e.g. Wordpress Image Upload Http Error 2016 Therefore, one of the first methods to try is to disable this uploader if you have ever met troubles when using it, and then try the browser uploader.
Is that normal? this content I have: 1) read Otto42's article: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/164999 2) deleted my wp-admin and wp-includes folders 3) downloaded a fresh copy of WP 2.8.2 4) uploaded the deleted directories fresh 5) changed permissions Thanks again for providing insight into the issue. Now upload some new images to your blog to see whether the HTTP error has disappeared. Wordpress Http Error Uploading Media
I am at a loss as to what to do. Thank you for that fix! You can also add this to your wp-config.php file: define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '64MB'); If the above solution does not work, read this article (Image/Media Uploader problems?) for further trouble shooting. weblink The host is not the issue, your post here indicates nothing in the areas to review and troubleshoot that is a server side configuration yet you say:\"Hello!
Locate and open the .htaccess file for editing. Wordpress Http Error Image Upload 2015 How to delete all ._ files? We're glad that our article helped you out!
Please explain to why your code works or might work and point to where the OP went wrong in his code –Pieter Goosen Apr 30 '14 at 6:34 @MayeenulIslam Locate and open the .htaccess file for editing. Jackson August 11, 2016 at 3:54 AM ReplyHey BekBek,That worked like charm. Http Error Wordpress Godaddy The same applies to WordPress themes (even if not in use), especially those which have not been updated for a long time and which might contain malware or incompatible code.In general
Anyway, we're glad it works! If you can't find the culprit after following the mentioned recommendations, you could contact your hsoting company for further analysis. Reply Certified n/a Points 2016-10-12 7:59 am Thanks a bunch for this. check over here Reliable free and premium WordPress themes and plugins can also be found at most recognized and popular theme shops.
Then try uploading an image to set as a featured image, I get a red box with a message "HTTP Error". Reply zuluintl 21 Points 2016-04-20 7:15 am This doesn't help me update several existing sites already in place... FINALLY! That information certainly helped in fixing the HTTP image error message on my WordPress blog.ReplyLeave a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.CommentName *Email *Website Search Search for: Follow
However, most of the time there are other reasons for these HTTP errors in WordPress, for example if your hosting provider made an update / upgrade or in case you are ThemeSkills June 23, 2016 at 9:52 AM ReplyHello! It could be some sort of problem on their end, if everything else doesn’t work.\"Shared hosting providers cannot be expected to be experts on a constantly evolving open source platform, especially Coder April 18, 2015 at 10:17 AM ReplyFor those that are using Hiawatha and face the same issue, apart of the changes in php.ini and read/write rights.Add this lines on your
If your post content area is 700px wide, don't add an image larger than that.2. Keep in mind that this might break your security considerations. # Exclude the file upload and WP CRON scripts from authentication
Most of the Shared Hosting Company does not allow access to this file. I have 25 images, smaller than 1MB each, and 5 of them are not being uploaded (not the 5 biggest ones …). 2 of them are portrait, 3 are landscape.Any ideas ThemeSkills April 27, 2016 at 7:57 AM ReplyHello! Carl Evangelista June 14, 2015 at 1:48 PM ReplyIts the apostrophe in the file name its that simple.
I FIXED IT! I have read about people saying to not use the flash uploader and just use the browser uploader, but when I try that, I just get a 500 Internal Server Error. WordPress is so common and widespread now, I would think it would be better to identify what the conflict is and fix it on a global level. When inserting it, I would have to reduce it four times to get it to a reasonable size and no caption information is available.
memory_limit = 256M ModSecurity Your server may have mod_security, and it might be causing problems.