How to Add Additional File Types to be Uploaded in WordPress


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Mamie Mitchell

For better security, WordPress allows you to only upload the most commonly used file types. You can upload commonly used image formats, audio/video, and documents using the default media uploader. But if you wanted to upload a file type that is not allowed? In this article, we will show you how to add additional file types to be uploaded in WordPress.

How to Add Additional File Types to be Uploaded in WordPress
Ellen Berry

WordPress normally only allows you to upload the most commonly used file types. You can add other file types using a bit of code. In this video, we will show you how to add additional file types to be uploaded in WordPress.

WordPress. How to add additional allowed file types to be uploaded
Courtney Page

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The WP Guru
Lillie Butler

You can upload a lot with the WordPress Media Uploader, but depending on the file extension the system will not allow everything on your server by default – for security reasons. ZIP files and PDFs are fine, but something more obscure – particularly non-standard extensions or executable files – are not. I like it that way too!

How to Add Additional File Types to be Uploaded in WordPress
Linda Phillips

WPBeginner – WordPress Tutorials I wanna do that because my hosting is from InfinityFree.com and it does not support wpress file for downloading! I have a back up of wpress has been created by using some wordpress plugin! That's the whole scenario! And note that there is no server configuration like option at there!

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