Attention WordPress users, this is worth a read. One of our web hosting customers enabled the “all in one SEO pack plugins” in his WordPress account and got this error message:
“Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 491520 bytes)”
Always ready to lend our customers a helping hand, we informed him that he could try to increase the allowed memory size limit via:
1. htaccess e.g. (php_value memory_limit 64M).
2. wp-config.php e.g. (define(‘WP_MEMORY_LIMIT’, ’64MB’);)
Technical jargon aside, there’s a happy ending, and here’s what the customer told us
“Thanks for the quick reply. I have tried the first method and it works like a champ! You’re superb. It also solves the problems that have bugged me for so long. There were some “sub dashboard” at the dashboard that wouldn’t load properly. After I increased the memory limit to 64M, everything just works now. Previously I thought it could be due to the confliction among the plugins. Thank you very much,” said Robin of Astronomy Notes.
You’re very welcome!