Checking PHP Memory Limit & Maximum Execution Time
This issue usually occurs due to a lack of memory or time limit. Actually, Premium Add-ons Free/PRO extends your editor page with 50 elements with their assets (CSS/JS) files so, we strongly recommend disabling the elements you don’t use from your dashboard -> Premium Add-ons for Elementor -> Free/PRO Widgets Settings.
You can check PHP Memory Limit & Maximum Execution Time by following the steps below:-
- On your dashboard -> Premium Add-ons for Elementor -> System Info.
- Scroll down to “PHP Configuration”, Premium Add-ons Free/PRO requires at least memory limit of `300Mb` and a time limit of `300`.
If you PHP configuration does not meet the minimal required values, then you can follow the steps below in order to increase your memory/time limit.
Increasing PHP Memory Limit & Maximum Execution Time:-
- Using a cPanel access credentials or an FTP account, open your WordPress installation root directory -> edit ‘wp-config.php’ file.
- Add this line to the file in order to increase `Time Limit` to `300`:
- Add this to the top, before the line that says, “Happy Blogging”:
- Save changes to your file, check again your PHP configuration to make sure that PHP configuration has been updated, try again to run the editor page.
If you are not feeling comfortable in trying the above methods, or the above did not work for you, you need to talk to your hosting about having them increase your memory limit.
Boosting editor load/update speed:-
- Disable widgets that you don’t use from your dashboard -> Premium Add-ons for Elementor -> Free/PRO Widgets Settings.
- Disable Elementor plugins that you don’t usually use on your site.