Setting up courier rates. Too many "Possible Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)." alerts in Technical Help Posted September 24, 2021 Just now, bsmither said: The PHP setting 'max_input_vars' can be easily set by the user in either of two places: the .htaccess file, or a special .user.php file. I do not know if any web server other than Apache will honor a PHP directive in the .htaccess file, but to do this: Using a programmer's text editor, add the following statement at the end of the file: php_value max_input_vars 25000 If your hosting provider offers you a control panel to manage your site, there will be a File Manager, and within that tool will be a means to edit files. To see if the directive was honored by the web server and thus instructed PHP to use this value, in admin, PHP Info (bottom of the Nav panel), scroll to the Core table and note the value for 'max_input_vars'. Can it? Not all hosts allow these settings to be changed. Worth a go though.