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[Fix] Elementor error failed to load in WordPress


Elementor Error a fairly common mistake recently faced by people using Elementor.

It’s the widget or menu section on the left side of the Elements editor that hangs around forever and can’t be selected.

So where does this error come from?

And how to fix this error?

What is Elementor error that fails to load?

This error appears when you will encounter “Edit page with Elementor”:

The left menu widget is loading forever, and cannot be used.
Blank screen inaccessible when entering Elementor

You won’t be able to drag and drop widgets from the left.

Sometimes you can still edit the content available.

But it is not possible to add section or any other content on the left menu.

The 5 Ways to Fix Elementor Error So That Fails to Load

1. Check for incompatible themes or plugins

The first foot step is to check if the Elementor plugin or theme is conflicting.

This is also a common method, to check when you encounter errors while installing a certain plugin.

First, deactivate all currently installed plugins (active per element).

Return to check if element is able to load?

If Elementor is working, you are probably in conflict with a plugin.

Or check the server capacity has run out of his resources.

Start activating one plugin at a time, and check Elementor for any plugin conflicts.

If there is an error, please check F12 which message is displayed.

2. Check The PHP Version and The PHP Memory Limit in Config

If your server is using PHP version or PHP memory limit is too low.

This will also lead to a failure to load the element.

And Check Elementor encourages your config to use PHP version 7.0 or higher .

And PHP memory limit is more than 128M.

Check PHP Version with cPanel

Increase PHP Version with cPanel

Some third-party Elementor add-ons will require an even higher PHP memory limit.

If your host has Cpanel then how to increase PHP version is quite simple.

Or contact the host with the host for assistance.

3. Check the .htaccess File

If you are using apache server (most shared hosting will use this)

This means that you can edit the .htaccess file.

Sometimes because you don’t install this file properly, it can damage some functions.

Back up the current file, and into a new .htaccess file.

Then come back and see if it’s ok.

4. Increase Apache Server Limit

Sometimes your server will be subject to resource limit.

In this case, you can increase this limit as follows:

And Add the following module code to the .htaccess file

<IfModule mod_substitute.c>
SubstituteMaxLineLength 30m
LimitRequestBody 9999999
5. Change editor loading method

Elementor provides the option to change the front-end editor method.

You can go to Elementor Settings Advance and check the box “Switch Editor Loader Method”.

ok now come back to watch it

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