Recently while building a sales page using Optimizepress 2.0, I was stunned to discover that after hours of work my content was not being saved.
Needless to say I was frustrated. I checked the support boards, I search YouTube, I sent emails to all of my friends who were using Optimizepress searching for an answer.
I finally received an answer from a friend who had gotten his answer from Optimizepress (OP) directly months before. Just so I’m clear, this is not an OP issue. I just happened to find it using OP. Which is an awesome product BTW.
In this video, I walk you through the following:
– Where to find your PHP.ini file
– What to do if you don’t have a PHP.ini file
– Exactly where to place the code in the PHP.ini file
To fix this, you will need to change the setting in the PHP.ini file for the max_input_vars variable which is usually set to around 1000.
We are going to change it to be 10000. This is the line of code you will add the PHP.ini file:
max_input_vars = 10000
Adding this line will ensure that ALL variables or content is saved to the database rather than only the 1000 variables from the previous setting.