Elementor is now a widely used page builder in WordPress. Sometimes when we try to save a page in Elementor we are getting a server error message and the page did not save the data. I faced this issue many times on many of my client’s sites. Today I am going to show you how you can fix it.
The most common issue for this issue is memory problems in WordPress. To fix this you have to increase the memory limit in your WordPress. Here are a few steps to fix this issue.
Step 1 – Open the wp-config.php file that you can find in your WordPress root. You can use FTP or any file manager plugin to reach the file. You can also use Cpanel if you have Cpanel access to edit the code.
Step 2 – In wp-config.php You have to add this code at the end of the page.
define( 'WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '64M' );
Here you can increase your memory as much as you want like 64M, 128M, 256M, 512M, and so on.
Step 3 – Now save the file if you are using any file manager plugin or upload the saved file if you are using FTP.
Now try to update the page again and you’ll see the server error is gone. If you still facing the issue you can comment below.