The wProject Health Check

The wProject Health Check will report any issues it discovers with your current WordPress installation.

Note 1: Even if errors are reported, you will most likely still have a perfectly fine experience using wProject.

Note 2: Some of the suggestions below may have to be performed by your web host or web developer.

Theme version
The version of wProject you are currently running.

PHP version
The version of PHP WordPress is running on. WordPress recommends PHP 7.4 or greater, although wProject should be fine all the way down to PHP 7.0. For security reasons, it is recommended that your host be running a version of PHP that is still supported.

PHP memory
How much PHP memory your host is allowing you to use. More memory yields better performance.

WP memory limit
The amount of memory that WordPress is allowed to use. By default WordPress will attempt to increase the memory limit if it is less than 64MB, but it doesn’t always work. The preferred solution is to increase the memory limit yourself using either of the following methods:

Method 1: Add this to the wp-config.php file before the line that says “Happy blogging”:

define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '128M');

Method 2: If you have access to your PHP.ini file, change the memory_limit value:

memory_limit = 128M;

Method 3: Edit the .htaccess file:

php_value memory_limit 256M

Not that the value can not be higher than your PHP memory limit.

WP memory used
How much memory WordPress is currently using. This will show a warning if 90% or higher memory is being used.

Upload max filesize
This value dictates the largest file size allowed when submitting attachments to a form, or in the case of wProject, when attaching files to a task. Some hosting services only allow 2mb by default, which is usually not enough. To increase the value, edit the PHP.ini file and change the value to something reasonable:

upload_max_filesize = 32M

Post max size
Similar to the Upload max file size mentioned above, Post max size is the maximum size of all the form data and attached file submitted through a form. This value ideally needs to be higher than the Upload max filesize. Again, editing your PHP.ini file:

post_max_size = 48M

ZipArchive class
A server side PHP module that allows files to be compressed server side. In the future, wProject may take advantage of this module to allow you to, for example, download all attached files in a single zip.

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