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    I am using the Enfold theme on a godaddy hosting space . Whenever i try to upload an image which is 3~4 mb in size, i get a “.http error” on upload. The problem doesnt exist when i use any other (default) theme for wordpress . I am quite fond of enfold and wouldnt like change themes now :)


    Hi akshatverma73!

    That is an issue of the hosting, limiting the upload images ( and surprising it does not happen with any other theme to be honest ).
    Can we have backend access to check also please?



    Same problem… :(

    I try with different versions of Enfold on a GoDaddy WP hosting and won’t work if the image is large.
    First image (816 × 1056 577 kb) work and other (2400 × 1600 419 kb) won’t work (http error).

    But everything it works if I change the theme…

    It also works with Enfold theme on a server that is not hosted by GoDaddy. Very strange…

    Seems that there is a conflict with Enfold theme and GoDaddy hosting.

    Anyway, my client is not happy and GoDaddy tell us that this is the theme that is lacking.

    Thanks for help.


    i made use of the solution given here : https://kriesi.at/support/topic/upload-image-giving-http-error-theme-error/
    The file uploads without any error, but the larger images uploaded do not resize themselves on the responsive end (on a mobile device). My website contains a large resolution image for the front page, when i view it on a mobile phone, i can only see a part of the image.

    • This reply was modified 8 years, 4 months ago by akshatverma73. Reason: grammatical errors


    Looks like you’re using a color section. Note that the css background-size property of the image in the color section is set to cover which means that it may cut of parts of the images to keep its aspect ratio. You can adjust the position of the background image for smaller screens:

    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) {
    #home {
        background-position: center center !important;

    Best regards,


    Hi everyone,

    The best and simple way to fix that is by adding this plugin.
    There’s some instruction on the page.

    It’s an old plugin but work well for me with GoDaddy WP account.

    And it won’t be overwritten by next WP update. ;)

    Hope will help. Will work well for me.

    Cheers, ;)

    P.S – It not only an Enfold/GoDaddy problem.



    Glad that works out. It seems to be a solution.
    Please do let us know if we can help you with anything else.


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