• johnwath

    (@johnwath)


    Just updated five plugins and was unable to edit a page. Just received the spinning circle to wait. Deactivated plugins one at a time, activating the previous deactivation before proceeding. Deactivated Essential Addons for Elementor and the spinning circle was not there. Successful edit. There is a problem with this plugin.

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  • lisa

    (@contentiskey)

    please report problem with Essential Addons for Elementor plugin directly to the team that created the plugin.
    https://essential-addons.com/elementor/

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by lisa.
    rafinkhan

    (@rafinkhan)

    @johnwath,

    Hi there,

    Well, the ‘Elementor getting Stuck’ error is normally caused due to a website having low memory. You can check your memory limit by navigating to wp-admin -> Elementor -> System Info. Check out this screenshot: https://prnt.sc/le9poi

    You need to increase the memory limit. To increase the memory limit you will have to modify the wp-config.php file of yours. Just above this line ” /* That’s all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */” add this following line of code:

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

    You would find the wp-config.php file under your WordPress directory.

    You can also read this blog to modify the wp-config.php file: https://wpdeveloper.net/troubleshoot-preview-loading-error-elementor/

    Let me know if this solves your issue or not. If it doesn’t, you can check for plugin conflicts by deactivating all the plugins except for Elementor and Essential Addons.

    If that doesn’t work, please deactivate the Essential Addons elements you are not using especially the Dynamic Elements.

    Thank you.

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by rafinkhan.
    johnwath

    (@johnwath)

    It didn’t work and I have deactivated the plugin again so I can edit.

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