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Debug on Dynamic Content for Elementor
Updated over a week ago


Enable Debug Mode

If you are not familiar with the wp-config.php file, you can easily use this plugin:

Or manually add to the wp-config.php file this row:

define( 'WP_DEBUG', true );

Get System Info from Elementor

If you need our help we will need some additional information.

You can find your System Info from your WordPress Dashboard’s menu by going to Elementor > System Info
The system info includes information about your Server and your WordPress environment.

Stuck in Maintenance Mode

If after a failed update your site shows: "Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance. Check back in a minute."

Don't worry, simply connect via FTP and delete the hidden file ".maintenance" in the site root and the website will reappear.

Increasing the WordPress Memory Limit

If you activate multiple plugins and your website handles a heavy amount of data, it would be better to increase the memory used by your WordPress project (40MB only by default).

Elementor Widget Panel not Loading?

There could be a JavaScript conflict with other Elementor plugins or you need to increate the memory used by your Wordpress. Try to increase your Wordpress memory limit.

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