While uploading images in WordPress you may sometimes face that the images are not uploading. To get a solution to this problem you can follow these methods, here are some helpful tricks that  you can follow to troubleshoot this problem:

1. Check Image file size: WordPress has a default maximum file size for image uploads, which is usually set to 2MB. If your image is larger than this size, you may receive an error message. To fix this, you can either reduce the size of your image by compressing it by going to various online sites or increase the maximum file size in your WordPress settings.

2. Check your file type: WordPress supports a variety of image file types, including JPG, JPEG, PNG, and GIF. If your image is in a different format, you may receive an error message. To fix this, you can convert your image to a supported file type. Various online sites are available for doing this.

3. Disable plugins: Sometimes, plugins can interfere with image uploads. To see if this is the case, try disabling all of your plugins and then attempting to upload an image. If the upload is successful, you can then re-enable your plugins one by one until you identify the one causing the issue.

4. Check your directory permissions: WordPress needs to have the proper permissions to upload images to your server. To check your directory permissions, go to your WordPress File manager. You can install the wp file manager plugin for this. Clicking on the wp file manager and looking for the “wp-content/uploads” folder. Right-click on the folder and open it and then check that all the files have the permissions to write.

5. Clear your browser cache: If you’ve tried all of the above steps and are still having issues, it could be a browser cache issue. Try clearing your browser cache and attempting the upload again. You can clean your browser cache by going to the ellipsis of the browser and then going to the more tools option. Where you can find the clear browsing data option.

6. Try a different browser: Try uploading the image in a different browser. If the image upload works in a different browser and you can go incognito. Then the issue may be solved.

7. Check your WordPress version: Ensure that you are using the latest version of WordPress. If you are using an outdated version, try updating to the latest version and try uploading the image again.

How to check the WordPress version?

By going into the dashboard of your WordPress, then, go to the At a glance tab where you can find the WordPress version.

8. Check the server: Contact your hosting provider to make sure that there are no issues on the server that could be causing the image upload issue.

By following the above-discussed steps, you will be able to upload the images to WordPress.