When trying to navigate to a particular page and receive a 404 page or a message “Page Not Found”, it means that you have a problem with memory or a problem with permalinks or a dispute with a different plugin.

You need to follow these steps to tackle it:

On your WordPress Dashboard, let switch on the Setting panel and click on Permalinks and check whether you are able to change it or not. You also ought to set it to “Plain” to solve it.

In case it is not efficient, you should check your memory limitation by going to “System Info” panel and then contact with your hosting company to increase your memory limit, it has to be more than 128 MB.

Switch on Elementor and then click on Settings > Advanced to change the front-end editor loader method.

Contact your hosting page and ask them to turn off  ModSecurity temporarily in order to remove the issue with a rule set through this firewall. Checking the ModSecurity logs may be useful for your hosting company to tackle it in case this is a problem.

It may be also helpful for your hosting company to enable zlib.output_compression the module that is able to compress the data and may be useful with the loading of the editor when servers have resource limitation.

Finally, you are also able to turn off all your plugins along with Elementor and Elementor Pro and turn on a default theme of WordPress like TwentySixteen to tackle it.

In case you still have this problem after trying the potential solutions aforementioned, please contact the support of Elementor Page Builder.

In conclusion.

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 Templates here to get a wonderful theme for yourself.

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