If you are getting “HTTP error” while uploading images or other media files in WordPress, don’t panic. Plenty of people are experiencing this error on WordPress while uploading image files. Sometimes the error will appear only once but most of the times it appears continuously for all media uploads.
If you are experiencing this HTTP error and looking for a quick fix you are in the right page. Just follow the step by step tutorial we have given here and you will be able to fix the HTTP error quickly and easily.
Steps To Fix HTTP Error While Uploading Images In WordPress
1) To get started, log into your cPanel account.
2) Once logged into your account, click on “File Manager” under “Files“.
3) Next, in “cPanel File Manager“, click on “public_html” to find the list of files in your web server. Now right-click on “.htaccess” and click on “Code Edit” as shown in the screenshot below.
Note: If “.htaccess” is not visible in your website files list, click on “Settings” and tick the box next to “Show Hidden Files” in cPanel File Manager.
4) Now add the following code in the beginning of your .htaccess file and click on “Save Changes“.
SetEnv MAGICK_THREAD_LIMIT 1
That’s it. Now you won’t get the HTTP error in WordPress while uploading images or other media files.
If you encounter any issues while following this tutorial, do let me know via comments.