Support » Plugin: Modern Events Calendar Lite » Critical error after last update

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    Looks like the last update has a conflict with Elementor / Elementor pro editor and the site crashes after updating the plugin.


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  • Same for me. Site crashed after I edited an event. I have had to remove plugin. Sadly.
    I’d be keen to reinstall if error is corrected.

    Plugin Author Webnus


    Hi All,

    Regarding this topic: please explain your issue, include screenshots, URLs, and any other document so we can understand and check it better.

    — Could you please save permalinks again and let us the result?
    On WordPress settings > Permalinks > set Postname and save (or save again).

    — For troubleshooting, deactivate all your plugins and let the MEC remain active only, set your theme on default, then reload the page, if the issue was solved, then activate your plugins one by one and your theme, refresh your page and check to see which plugin is causing the issue.

    Please keep us informed,

    Best Regards

    Plugin Author Webnus


    About “Critical Error” or “Fatal Error”, please follow the steps explained in this article:



    Hi, I am sorry but I don’t have the expertise to do as you have asked. I tried reinstalling it. It wasn’t until I tried to add a widget to the home page that I got the 503 error. I was able to create an event but I have not published it.

    I have had to deactivate the plugin again as it was stopping the site working. Sorry I can’t be of more assistance in fixing this issue.

    I would love to be able to use this software as it is the best I’ve seen. Slick, modern, powerful but it breaks my website.

    Plugin Author Webnus


    Hi @eyballs,

    503 error is not caused by MEC, other plugins or theme or WordPress, it’s come from the server(s) – check this link:,maintenance%20or%20that%20is%20overloaded.

    In general, you can solve this issue with the install the SSL plugin but you need to consult with your host provider.

    – About the fatal error, you need to turn on WordPress debug, just that, then you can share the error message to any developer to read error.

    Best Regards

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