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I am currently facing an issue with WordPress media file size which is currently set to default 2MB. I am looking to upload my product catalog which is around 100 MB so is there any way I can increase WordPress max upload size and upload the my files? I am have already applied these changes but nothing happens.
And what is not working as expected?
Are there compilation or runtime errors?
Did you get any result or nothing?
Please note that we do not have access to your database or know about other code involved.
What you can do is inserting statements to print out intermediate results like the number of rows returned and the created SQL query string. The latter can be for example used with your database administration tool to check which results are returned. Are there any for the maint_id -1?
You should also check if SQL functions fail and report errors. This helps you to fix syntax errors in the query string.
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Attempting to design a site for my local area of NA [from scratch...(now in Pinegrow)...one that had previously been designed in Macromedia DW 2004...whereby all the child divs were of 'absolute' positioning; & resided inside a parent div set to margin: 0 auto...so everything was centered on the page (over a background image)]...but absolute positioning is horrible for responsive code construction; & I want our new site to be up to protocol for browser resize & smaller devices.
So...given the conspicuous lack of templates around the web (& in the app) that actually look like what I want to do...I worked up a rough sample of what the site should look like...roughly...(it's very simple, so this should be easy, right?):
Keep in mind that all that you see above is always centered on the page (w/ a background image behind it)...& the page has to be responsive, whereby everything is distributed/flows correctly for browser resize & smaller devices.
ALSO: 1) The oval image block must be positioned where you see it on the page...top/left (in the parent)....over the gray rectangle.
ALSO 2) Speaking of which...the first child block (gray rectangle) is just that...a rectangular element filled w/ gray...not a header or paragraph or anything.
ALSO 3) Please don't send me to such-and-such tutorial or such-and-such code learning online seminar...I just want to do this on my own, so as to learn the basics of coding a responsive site along the way...(& if it turns out I'm too stupid for this task...if someone could put together a starter code page, where I could then place my own blocks/images/text...I would be happy to pay you, in kind...I just need to get this done; & my local area is waiting).