There are a few potential causes for an HTTP image upload error in WordPress, and the solution will depend on the specific issue. Here are a few things to try:
- Check your file size: Make sure that the image you’re trying to upload is within the size limits set by your hosting provider.
- Check your server settings: Some server configurations can restrict the types of files that can be uploaded. Contact your hosting provider to see if there are any restrictions in place.
- Increase the PHP memory limit: If you see an error message that says “Allowed memory size exhausted,” you may need to increase the PHP memory limit. You can do this by editing the wp-config.php file and adding the following line: define( ‘WP_MEMORY_LIMIT’, ‘256M’ );
- Fix the issue with plugin : There may be a plugin that is causing the issue, try deactivating all your plugins and then reactivating them one by one to see if the problem is solved.
- Check your browser: Some browsers may have trouble uploading images. Try using a different browser to see if the problem is resolved.
- Check your internet connection: If your internet connection is poor or unstable, this can cause image upload issues. Make sure you’re connected to a reliable network.
If none of these solutions work, you may need to seek help from a developer or your hosting provider.