Elementor - Critical Error with both Elementor and Elementor Pro plugins enabled

Running Elementor and Elementor Pro simultaneously can be memory-intensive.

Elementor and Elementor Pro are powerful tools that can be used to create stunning websites. However, they can also be memory-intensive, especially when used together. If you are experiencing performance issues with Elementor or Elementor Pro, you may need to increase the memory limit of your account.

 

To increase the memory limit of your account, you can use the "MultiPHP INI Editor" section of your control panel.

The MultiPHP INI Editor allows you to modify the PHP configuration file for your account. In the PHP configuration file, you can set the memory_limit directive to a higher value. This will allow Elementor and Elementor Pro to use more memory, which can improve performance.

 

We recommend setting the memory_limit directive to 512MB.

This will provide enough memory for most Elementor and Elementor Pro users. However, if you are still experiencing performance issues, you may need to increase the memory limit further.

 

You can also try switching to the latest version of PHP.

The latest version of PHP is often more efficient than older versions, which can improve performance. If you are not sure which version of PHP you are using, you can check by logging into your control panel and looking at the PHP version number.

 

By following these steps, you can increase the memory limit of your account and improve the performance of Elementor and Elementor Pro.

This will allow you to create stunning websites without experiencing performance issues. 

 

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