About the 500 error Not enough memory allocated to your website – Elementor requires a minimum of 128MB of memory to function properly (if your website includes other plugins, we recommend 512MB). It might be that the memory allocated to your website is not enough to support its needs which results in a 500 error.
Why am I getting a server error in Elementor?
If you get this error: “Internal Server Error. The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. “, when you try to edit with Elementor, most of the time it is due to a memory issue.
Why can’t I edit page with Elementor?
If you get a blank page (white screen of death) when you try to edit with Elementor, it might be due to a lack of memory or to another fatal error. In this case, check if you meet the system requirements for Elementor. If the problem is a memory issue, you can deactivate a few plugins and see if it solves the issue.
How do I debug an Elementor?
To manually activate the Debugger, go to the settings area of Elementor, and under Tools > Debug Bar > set it to Enable.
How can I fix 500 Internal server Error in Elementor I Cannot save the page?
If the error appears on all website pages Make sure you’re using the most updated versions of Elementor and Elementor Pro. Deactivate all of your active plugins other then Elementor and Elementor Pro and see if it solves the issue. Reactivate the plugins one by one to find the culprit.
How do I contact an Elementor?
Please reach out to our team via [email protected] and report your concerns.
How do I get my WordPress Elementor to work?
Installing Elementor via WordPress Dashboard Step 1: From your dashboard, click Plugins > Add New. Step 2: In the search field, enter Elementor and locate Elementor Website Builder. Step 3: Click Install Now. After installation, click Activate.
How do I clear my WordPress cache without plugins?
Go into the “wp-content” folder and open the “cache” folder. Now delete everything from this folder. Make sure you only delete the contents, not the folder itself. You can manually delete the contents of the “cache” folder via FTP to clear the WP cache.
Why is Elementor Pro not working?
If you cannot edit when you activate Elementor Pro, check the following: Activate the Safe Mode and check if it helps. If it does not help try the following: Enable the editor loader method in the Elementor > Settings > Advanced on your WordPress Dashboard (if the issue happens on a specific server).
Why isn’t my Elementor page showing up?
Changes not visible in Elementor Error This can happen because of the caching issue. How to fix it? Method 1: This can easily be fixed by going to WP admin > Elementor > Tools > Regenerate CSS & Data. Then, you can clear the cache (WP cache and browser cache) and refresh the page.
How do you use the Elementor debugger to debug an issue?
From your Elementor Cloud dashboard, go to Websites and click the Manage this website to open the site details screen. Slide WordPress & Script Debug ON to cause all PHP errors, notices and warnings to be displayed on the front end of the site.
Why is Elementor library not loading?
This is generally due either to a memory issue or to the configurations of your server (file permission issues). Verify if you meet the requirements of Elementor regarding the WP memory limit and check via your console browser if you receive 403 errors.
Does Elementor work on localhost?
Yes. When you use Elementor with a localhost, it is not considered as an activation, so the license can be used on the production site.