Set PHP Max File Upload Size (upload_max_filesize) in CPanel

In Cpanel go to "Select PHP Version".
In the dropdown menu of PHP versions select a version other than the native() version.
Click the "Switch to PHP Options" link (top right).
Click the value to right of "upload_max_filesize".
The default is 2M.
Select desired value and click apply.
Then click Save at bottom.


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