Keywords: WordPress + NGINX + SSL - Google Cloud Platform - Technical issue - Other bnsupport ID: 397e5811-121d-d995-ac15-dd9732dc9eb6
Description: Hi @michiel, @jota, @jariza,
After two 16hr days trying everything in the following two links (see below) I still cannot upload Wordpress's most popular Theme Divi
through Bitnami's Nginx on to my Wordpress Site.
The reason is Bitnami's Nginx has a cap of only 1 megabyte allowance for any uploads in it's configuration.
This should be a simple fix and will become a common problem to many users of this Bitnami provision in the future (due to Divi being the main Theme purchased for Wordpress now and is about 6mb) if it is not fixed.
Yet this cannot be changed in any forseeable and concise way
with or without sudo nano super user changes to the config files.
And such access to these files
was attempted through Bitnami launchpad ssh into the server location and through ssh from GCP into the VM location, that is: making the changes to config files from inside there in both places,
especially ammendations to this particular central config file mentioned in other posts on this forum:
As a help to people with this issue, it is often not mentioned you need to have super user privilege to make changes to that conf (typing in sudo and so on) and that in order to change it, it is done through typing in nano or whatever editor allows you into the files text to make changes. For beginners they do not know this is how you access and change such things.
But, even so, even after the recommended changes nothing happens.
Here are links below on how to fix this issue. Let me know if they work for anyone and how precisely you did it if they did work for you. Thank you.
Keywords: WordPress - Amazon Web Services - Technical issue - Other Description: I get the following Nginx error page when I try to upload my theme.zip file to my Wordpress Pro stack: "413 – Request Entity Too Large"
What is the max size Nginix allows for uploads? Can I change this and ifo so how do I change it? My theme zip file is 1.8MB, that's really not too big so not sure why this fails.