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  • First I would increase your php memory, max upload and Max post size. They don’t meet the minimum requirements to run this plugin or WordPress for that matter but I think the only reason it’s running at all if because php v7. Once you do that check back and see if many of those errors go away.

    Input vars 4000 or more
    Post size 20M – this is typically overkill but some people have long pages
    Memory Limit 256M or more, I do 1024M
    Max Upload – preferential, too low could result in fails, 20M should cover most of the largest themes and plugins

    I edited the wp-config.php file, thus (

      my additions



    * @link
    define(‘WP_DEBUG’, false);

      define( ‘WP_INPUT_VARS’, ‘4000’ );
      define( ‘WP_POST_SIZE’, ’20M’ );
      define( ‘WP_MEMORY_LIMIT’, ‘256M’ );
      define( ‘WP_MAX_UPLOAD’, ’20M’ );

    /* That’s all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */

    Is that correct? I’m very new at all this! I like Elementor, but would like to wrap text around a picture. Can I do this?
    I have several bios on my site. Some have long or short bio, 1 or more pix
    I am currently using 2 columns: Left column picture, right column text.

    I don’t think those are valid except the WP_MEMORY_LIMIT one. Also this one is specific to wp admin memory.

    define( 'WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT', '512M' );

    There is a mix of settings that need to be defined in different places depending on your hosting environment. See –

    This is where experience pays off unfortunately, each hosting environment has it’s differences and sometimes the best approach is to open a ticket with the host and ask for assistance or learn by trial and error.

    I would make sure the memory limit is defined in wp-config.php and define the php settings via cpanel, php.ini/php5.ini/user.ini…really depends on your host.

    To wrap text around images in html you’ll need to use the Text Editor element in Elementor and insert your images before, after or in between your text content and then edit the image to be right or left aligned. This “floats” the image and allows for text to wrap. You may need to also apply custom css to have proper white space around the image.

    Best of luck to you!

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