The 200Kb image restriction
To reduce bandwidth usage, server load, and lag from people visiting your site, Indexhibit uses Cache
technology and a 200Kb maximum size limit
You can change this size restriction to suit your needs!
However you need to know that servers may have a problem with bigger images.
To change the max-image size, you need to know how to use an ftp application and a code editor (you need to do a web search and find the applications that suits you best - there are even free ones around).
Login to your server and find the options.php
file, located in this directory /ndxzsite/config/options.php
Download the file onto your computer and open it with the code editor. Find line 13:
// images max size kilobytes
// be careful with shared hosting
$default['maxsize'] = 200;
200 is the image size in Kb.
Change this to the average size of your images.
For example 400 will allow you to upload images up to 400Kb)
$default['maxsize'] = 400;
Once you're done, save the options.php
file and reupload/overwrite the old file with the updated, to your server.
You should now be able to upload files up to 400Kb.
Again avoid overdoing it - 1Mb files are not something your host, server bandwidth and visitors will like.