The maximum file size should be indicated in the upload form (or even on the
page before the form itself) among with other upload rules. By this we avoid
faulty submisions (file too big, file contain linked bitmaps etc...)
The maximum file size should be increased, because 300 Kb is too small. Any
somehow complicated clipart is generally bigger than 300Kb. Increasing the max
filesize to 500Kb-700Kb (maybe up to 1Mb) is not a bad idea IMO.
This is possibly a deeper issue. Here are the current php settings:
And, what we set in the .htaccess:
php_value max_input_time -1
php_value max_execution_time -1
php_value memory_limit 20M
php_value upload_max_filesize 20M
php_value arg_separator.output &
php_flag session.use_trans_sid off
php_flag magic_quotes_gpc off
Can you comment more on this? The -1 means forever too... And, as you can see, we are setting the memory limits to 20 megabytes...sooo
BTW, I added a new value to the post_max_size (which was at 8 megabytes).
Can you test this and post here your results...
Closing all openclipart bugs as openclipart is now on launchpad, as per request from Jon Philips.
on Feb 21, 2017 at 09:51:15.
(provided by the Example extension).