Support » Theme: Hestia » Hestia elementor bug? Pages not updating.

  • I’m using elementor and any changes made to existing pages don’t show on live site. My hosting company has taken a look and believe it to be an issue with the theme. All caches: browser, wp, host & cloudlfare cleared. Rolled back to previous version, done 2 restores on site, tested across browsers and networks. Increased php memory limit. I’ve regenerated CSS, synced library. Running out of options and ways to fix, this is really leaving me in limbo. Any suggestions desperately needed and appreciated.

    == Server Environment ==
    Operating System: Linux
    Software: Apache
    MySQL version: Percona Server (GPL), Release 84.1, Revision b308619 v5.6.41-84.1
    PHP Version: 7.1.14
    PHP Max Input Vars: 1000
    PHP Max Post Size: 260M
    GD Installed: Yes
    ZIP Installed: Yes
    Write Permissions: All right
    Elementor Library: Connected

    == WordPress Environment ==
    Version: 5.2.2
    WP Multisite: No
    Max Upload Size: 256 MB
    Memory limit: 268435456

    == Theme ==
    Name: Hestia
    Version: 2.4.5
    Author: ThemeIsle
    Child Theme: No

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  • Well, It’s Sad to Hear that You are Having Issues with Hestia, Follow These Steps and Let Me Know if Your Issue Would Resolved or Not.
    1. Try incognito Mode
    2. Remove Other Page Builder Plugins or any kind of Plugin which relates to Editing.
    3. As You Cleared Cache, So Try Disabling Cache for Testing and Use Cloudflare’s Development Mode.
    4. If your styles are not applied after saving them, it might be due to a caching issue. When your styles are not applied online, please regenerate the CSS via Elementor > Tools > Regenerate CSS on your WordPress Dashboard, then make sure that you clear all forms of cache including your browser cache, your WP cache (your WP caching plugin if you have one), and your server cache, if you have one. (Save Changes).
    5. Switch to Default WordPress Theme to Confirm if it’s Theme Related Issues or Plugin/Settings.
    6. In some cases, it will be possible to solve the issue by switching the CSS print method in “Elementor > Settings > Advanced” on your WordPress Dashboard.
    7. Try Disabling All Plugins Instead Elementor. This will Confirm if it’s Plugin Related Issues.
    8. Try to Deactivate any Elementor Addons.

    I Hope This Would Help You Fixing this Bug. I am Sure that this is Plugin Conflict or Elementor Issue. Make Sure to Follow Each Steps. You Can Ask me if you need help with any Steps mentioned above.

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