When you use Elementor and meet a 500 error, you need to check out the error logs in hosting page to find out what problem comes from.
Almost this error occurs due to the problem of memory limit. You need to set the memory limit at least 128 MB as the requirement of Elementor.
Another reason to explain for this is that an issue with a third-party plugin or a fatal error. The error log plays an important role because without it you cannot know the exact issue.
In order to tackle this problem, you need to disconnect the plugins and go to a default WordPress theme like Twenty Seventeen to exclude a dispute with a third-party product.
In case you don’t know how to create a PHP error logs, Let contact your hosting company.
Because 500 error is an issue of hosting server, you have to send it to hosting company in advance. If your hosting company cannot tackle this problem, let contact the official support of Elementor Page Builder through [email protected].
If you have any questions about this, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below. we will reply as soon as possible. Besides, you can also take a look at our free Elementor WordPress themes here to get a wonderful theme for yourself.
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