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There is a 100MB storage limit at blogs.evergreen.edu
 
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====File storage space====
 
====File storage space====
 
By default all sites have a 100MB upload limit. You can request an increase from Academic Computing or consider using a cloud-based image storage solution.
 
By default all sites have a 100MB upload limit. You can request an increase from Academic Computing or consider using a cloud-based image storage solution.
  
 
* 20MB is the max file size that can be uploaded.
 
* 20MB is the max file size that can be uploaded.
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Latest revision as of 16:01, 14 August 2017

There is a 100MB storage limit at blogs.evergreen.edu

File storage space

By default all sites have a 100MB upload limit. You can request an increase from Academic Computing or consider using a cloud-based image storage solution.

  • 20MB is the max file size that can be uploaded.