The **get_space_allowed()** WordPress PHP function returns the upload quota for the current blog.

## Usage

To get the upload space allowed for the current blog:

$allowed_space = get_space_allowed();

## Parameters

- None

## More information

See WordPress Developer Resources: get_space_allowed()

## Examples

### Display the allowed upload space

Display the allowed upload space in a human-readable format.

// Get the allowed space $allowed_space = get_space_allowed(); // Convert to a readable format $allowed_space_readable = size_format($allowed_space * 1024 * 1024); echo "Allowed upload space: " . $allowed_space_readable;

### Check if there is enough space to upload a file

Check if a file can be uploaded, given its size.

function can_upload_file($file_size) { $allowed_space = get_space_allowed() * 1024 * 1024; return $file_size <= $allowed_space; }

### Display a message if the upload limit is reached

Show a message to users when the allowed upload space has been reached.

// Get the allowed space and used space $allowed_space = get_space_allowed() * 1024 * 1024; $used_space = get_space_used() * 1024 * 1024; // Check if the limit is reached if ($used_space >= $allowed_space) { echo "You have reached your upload limit."; }

### Calculate the remaining upload space

Calculate and display the remaining upload space for the current blog.

// Get the allowed space and used space $allowed_space = get_space_allowed() * 1024 * 1024; $used_space = get_space_used() * 1024 * 1024; // Calculate the remaining space $remaining_space = $allowed_space - $used_space; // Display the remaining space in a readable format echo "Remaining upload space: " . size_format($remaining_space);

### Increase the allowed upload space

Increase the allowed upload space for the current blog by a certain amount.

function increase_allowed_space($additional_space) { $current_space = get_space_allowed(); $new_space = $current_space + $additional_space; update_option('blog_upload_space', $new_space); }