When i try to add the 58′ field to one of my field group, and save it, it is not saved.
I read this
and tried the htaccess solution and didn’t work. I tried to take a look to phpinfo(), but the max_vars limit is still 1000 (that would be enough).
The problem is the same reported here:
Unfortunately he didn’t published the solution. :_)
Install this plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-max-submit-protect/
It will give you a popup if you are over max vars limit and will tell you how many fields there are so that you can adjust your settings to accommodate it. How you adjust it will depend on the hosting of the site.
I tried adding a new php.ini in wp_admin, like someone suggest, but it raise a 500 internal server error (I think I’m supposed to have the original php.ini, change it and load it in wp_admin, instead of adding only the setting i need). I can’t access hosting features, by now. I don’t really now where to put an ini_set and I read that for this setting it doesn’t work if called this way, i mean run-time.
Yes, you’re right, the setting can only be done in php.ini and in .htaccess. You’re best bet is going to be to contact your hosting support and see if they can help you. If they don’t permit this kind of change then you might want to look at the possibility of altering how you’re building the site, maybe there’s another solution or you can look at splitting up the field group into multiple groups.
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