How to Increase PHP memory limit in WordPress

The most encountered error in WordPress installs these days is the “memory exhausted” error.

We get this error while we’re trying to install / activate / update plugins and themes or while we try to do memory intensive tasks inside our WordPress sites.

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of xxxxxxxx bytes exhausted (tried to allocate xxxx bytes) in …

Many people are anxious when met this error, but don’t worry. In this guide, we’ll explain you a step-by-step process to resolve WordPress memory exhausted error by increasing PHP memory limit.

— Read on docs.wp-rocket.me/article/128-increase-php-memory-limit-in-wordpress

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