Increase PHP memory limit

If you need PHP's memory limit to be increased, please do the following:
  1. Create a file called ".user.ini" in the folder of the script or the folder above (as long as the folder is still in the domain's directory)
  2. In the .user.ini file, place:
    1. memory_limit = 128M
  3. Save the file and you're done.
Replace the value in red with a different number if you need more.  "M" means megabyte. 

NOTE:  The above is for PHP 5.3 and above.  Please note that our servers use Cloudlinux or other systems to prevent usages of all server's memory.
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